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Old 01-24-2013, 09:45 AM   #25
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Originally Posted by mom2rtk View Post
I really do think they'll try this, just like they'll try offers for extra FPs to move people out of the busiest parks into the less busy parks.
It will take a lot of incentive*, possibly involving tangible (e.g. food) bonuses, to move people from one park to another park. When you get a text suggesting another park, it will be at least an hour before you are inside that other park, given you have to walk to the exit, wait for a bus, etc.

* Alternatively guaranteeing you that the crowd level once you get there is from your point of view "less than 7" or "less than 4" etc. Such could be accomplished by simulating open fastpass kiosks on the device that notified you of the park move even though the real fastpass kiosks (if any remain) show "sold out".
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To prevent a repeat of the Deflategate scandal: Both teams should use the same ball for all plays (until the ball becomes damaged when it is then autographed and taken to the souvenir shop).

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