Your info was an important find. I am appreciative that you shared it. I do respect your thoughts on it. It is infuriating sometimes to be a savvy consumer and to know that this is unjust. It is a burden to know that sometimes too. It is a big deal. Disney is being very heavy handed. I agree with you. It is a lopsided adhesion contract. It just lies there stinking in all of its unfairness. You and I both know that. Unfortunately we did see the terms and conditions and we know that. Knowing this, a choice must be made. I just fast forwarded through all of that analysis and shared my thoughts. Another respectable choice would be to refuse to buy one. Somebody else might buy one and try to sue. But, I do know there is no choice to negotiate.I'm talking just about Disney. If it's NBD to you that's great, I don't share that sentiment. This isn't a game of finding what ifs about mortgage or other fine print out there (and I even said a waiver is not uncommon). I posted what I hadn't seen spoken about yet on this thread with the update and gave my thoughts on it. That is all.
I am with you, Mackenzie. I see the problem. But, I cannot fix it. So, I have to make a choice. How much is at stake here. Can I live with it. Can I still be happy enjoying the parks? Yes. I will continue being an AP. So, there you have it. If Disney starts adding too many blockout dates and I do not want to supplement with tickets, I will spend my time doing the many other things that make me happy. But I have paid my dues in life. I have done a lot of public service, worked for causes, charities, communities and helped many individuals. But I do not diminish the efforts of others who might want to do it. However, if I were to give advice on starting such an effort, well, you know my answer.