Wednesday theme park news updates: Disney dining discounts, Legoland inks Pepsi
Here are a few theme park news items I tweeted earlier today:Walt Disney World and Disneyland are offering an online 30%-off dining voucher, good for a limited time only. And it's not value during peak meal times, either. Just off-peak times: before noon and between 3 and 4:30 pm and only at three to five restaurants in each theme park.
But we've long recommended that you dine during off-peak hours if you're looking to save time and not splurging on a sit-down meal as a treat. Now you can save some money by dining off-peak, too.Did you see "Glee" name-check Kings Island during its Christmas episode last night? One of the characters said that he was trying out for the Ohio theme park's Christmas spectacular. Too bad Kings Island doesn't have one anymore. The park briefly revived its Winterfest event a few years back, but killed it after one season.Legoland Florida announced today that Pepsi will be the official soft drink of park when it opens in October 2011. That means park visitors will get the Tropicana, Dole, Gatorade and Aquafina brands as well as the Pepsi line-up of soda pop. Legoland Florida joins SeaWorld and the Cedar Fair theme parks in the Pepsi camp. Disney, Universal and Six Flags remain Coke shops.
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I have a question, a legal question but I'm really looking for facts. (not interested in speculation)
I can't recall any effort to market Legoland California at the Lego store in Anaheim's Downtown Disney, if that provides any guide.
That Disney deal is surprisingly good for people like me. I never eat during the busy hours. Considering a meal is often around $40/person, that's a significant savings.
So more than likely is illegal... Or there's maybe some type of contract or something.
Just for clarification, the "Paramount" parks in Cedar Fair are still Coke parks.
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