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    Quote Originally Posted by PopPhan View Post
    You may have a point (or two) but with the number of DVC rooms and 'owners,' I think you'll find the number of repeat visitors is higher than you think...at least at WDW. It would be interesting to see the number of Annual Passholders there are and compare that number to the number of DVC 'owners' and go from there. Certainly there are a number of 'one timers' and infrequent visitors, but I would put those in the 50% or less basket.

    Just my opinion, of course.
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    Well, I think that sums it up. When you have an addict, you can charge whatever. A trip to McD's Playland or Six Flags doesn't get the fix.

    So either you have people who go so infrequently they don't notice or care, there isn't another fix/option, or you have addicts who will keep coming.
    Well, my addiction is over. With the acquisitions of Star Wars, Marvel and Avatar; which I have zero interest in and the cost of tix increasing yearly to ride the same rides I've ridden dozens of times before (if I'm lucky and there's not a 120+ minute wait), not to be Donny downer, but I'm done. I am using the last of my DVC points for a cruise and those 3 properties are going up for sale the second we step off the ship (agent says should be quick sell, BCV, BWV & AKL). It was a pretty good run; 20 years, but my interests have changed and for what I pay in DVC dues and the cost of tickets, I could do a REAL nice European vacation every year. So here's the microphone drop ... later! It's been real
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    Here are the new prices and increase amount per ticket type:

    Ticket Type
    New Price Increase
    1 Day Magic Kingdom Value Season Ticket $109 $2
    1 Day Magic Kingdom Regular Season Ticket $119 $4
    1 Day Magic Kingdom Peak Season Ticket $129 $10
    1 Day Epcot Value Season Ticket $102 $3
    1 Day Epcot Regular Season Ticket $114 $7
    1 Day Epcot Peak Season Ticket $122 $3
    1 Day Disney's Hollywood Studios Value Season Ticket $102 $3
    1 Day Disney's Hollywood Studios Regular Season Ticket $114 $7
    1 Day Disney's Hollywood Studios Peak Season Ticket $122 $3
    1 Day Disney's Animal Kingdom Value Season Ticket $102 $3
    1 Day Disney's Animal Kingdom Regular Season Ticket $114 $7
    1 Day Disney's Animal Kingdom Peak Season Ticket $122 $3
    2 Day Ticket $209 $10
    2 Day Park Hopper Ticket $274 $15
    3 Day Ticket $305 $16
    3 Day Park Hopper Ticket $370 $21
    4 Day Ticket $380 $30
    4 Day Park Hopper Ticket $455 $30
    5 Day Ticket $395 $25
    5 Day Park Hopper Ticket $470 $25
    6 Day Ticket $405 $15
    6 Day Park Hopper Ticket $480 $15
    7 Day Ticket $415 $5
    7 Day Park Hopper Ticket $490 $5
    8 Day Ticket $425 $5
    8 Day Park Hopper Ticket $500 $5
    9 Day Ticket $435 $5
    9 Day Park Hopper Ticket $510 $5
    10 Day Ticket $445 $5
    10 Day Park Hopper Ticket $520 $5


    The largest increases are on the 4 Day and 5 Day Tickets.
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    It seems lousy to me that the largest increases were targeted at what I'd guess are the most common purchases of 4 and 5 day passes. Also makes me glad we bought our tickets for our March trip before this came out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dulcee View Post
    It seems lousy to me that the largest increases were targeted at what I'd guess are the most common purchases of 4 and 5 day passes. Also makes me glad we bought our tickets for our March trip before this came out.
    Interestingly, these seem to be what they use the most in promotions as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by houseofmouse103 View Post
    Well, my addiction is over. With the acquisitions of Star Wars, Marvel and Avatar; which I have zero interest in and the cost of tix increasing yearly to ride the same rides I've ridden dozens of times before (if I'm lucky and there's not a 120+ minute wait), not to be Donny downer, but I'm done. I am using the last of my DVC points for a cruise and those 3 properties are going up for sale the second we step off the ship (agent says should be quick sell, BCV, BWV & AKL). It was a pretty good run; 20 years, but my interests have changed and for what I pay in DVC dues and the cost of tickets, I could do a REAL nice European vacation every year. So here's the microphone drop ... later! It's been real
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    Quote Originally Posted by houseofmouse103 View Post
    Well, my addiction is over. With the acquisitions of Star Wars, Marvel and Avatar; which I have zero interest in and the cost of tix increasing yearly to ride the same rides I've ridden dozens of times before (if I'm lucky and there's not a 120+ minute wait), not to be Donny downer, but I'm done. I am using the last of my DVC points for a cruise and those 3 properties are going up for sale the second we step off the ship (agent says should be quick sell, BCV, BWV & AKL). It was a pretty good run; 20 years, but my interests have changed and for what I pay in DVC dues and the cost of tickets, I could do a REAL nice European vacation every year. So here's the microphone drop ... later! It's been real
    Quote Originally Posted by Dulcee View Post
    It seems lousy to me that the largest increases were targeted at what I'd guess are the most common purchases of 4 and 5 day passes. Also makes me glad we bought our tickets for our March trip before this came out.


    I tend to agree. We go less frequently. I like Hawaii. Though I do want to check out: Hilton Head Island

    Yeah, when we go, we get the 6 or 7 day for flexibility (we may only go for a couple of hours a few days. Seems like the better deal. But that has always been the case. Before their meat n potatoes seemed to be 3 days, now they are extending it to 4-5 days.
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