The more competitive they get, the more we benefit, so why argue about who is better? Challenge them to do more.
1) It has been a great year for themed attractions2) It has been a great year for Universal Creative3) It has been a great year for theme park fans as Disney and Universal continue to push each other to the limit (although lately, Universal has been doing most of the pushing).
It's in both of their interests during a recession to maximise attendance otherwise people wouldn't visit either. The only thing I think they are missing in Florida is a full multi-park ticket for Disney and universal - at a competitive price, say £275 for 2 weeks, I and most of my theme park friends would be very tempted so then you can go where, when and how often with less fuss.