Least crowded

Discussion in 'Theme Parks Attractions and Strategies' started by Euphemy, Nov 26, 2011.

  1. mom2rtk

    mom2rtk My, what red cheeks you have, Santa!

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    The problem is that the Disney marketing folks are one step ahead of all of us. Weeks that were previously slow now have free dining offers to draw in more people. So while a certain week might have been slow last year or the year before, it might not be this year.

    My personal feeling is that while the economy has not diminished overall Disney attendance, more folks who used to pay peak prices are shopping for bargains and moving to the slower discount times.

    Just don't expect dead times in the parks any more. The folks in the Disney marketing department are working hard to make them a thing of the past. As they should, from a business standpoint. But man, I'd sure love to experience dead attendance levels just ONCE!
     
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  3. CTDisneyfan816

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    I don't think Disney is ever "dead" in terms of crowds. But there are still times where it won't be as insane. You wouldn't catch me anywhere near Disney during a spring break or over the holidays. I do understand many don't have the flexibility I do.
     
  4. PixieDustFanatic

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    It could have been much worse I suppose, but given what people have said about that week over previous years, I was expecting it to be much quieter...it's all about expectations I guess. That said, it certainly wouldn't be a time I'd recommend as one of the slowest.
     

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