The last time the ticket prices went up, Pete said that he wasn't going to complain since he would still continue to go just as much and pay the price. Having just returned from 2 weeks at Disney last night, it occurred to me that there are some things at Disney that we used to do or buy each trip that we no longer do purely due to price. 1. I have a pretty good collection of Disney polo shirts. I used to buy one or two new ones each trip. The past 3-4 years, I've looked at a bunch of them while there, found a couple that I liked but decided not to buy them when I saw the price. I'm just not spending $40 or more for a polo shirt that would be $20-25 anywhere else. 2. Onsite buffet meals. We used to eat at Crystal Palace every trip and occasionally one of the other buffets. The last time we ate there about 4 years ago, my wife happened to see the check and was shocked at how expensive it was. Yes, the food is good and it is fun to see the characters but they've really priced the experience out of consideration for us. We happened to read the menu board at Garden Grill the other day and saw that it was $35 per person. We're just not spending well over $100 with tax and tip for the 3 of us to have dinner just so we can shake hands with Chip and Dale. Those were the first two things that came to mind. How about you? Is there anything you no longer buy or no longer do because the price has just crossed that level in your mind where it is no longer worth it?