Whenever a new attraction opens at a Disney theme park, fans talk about whether it's an "E" ticket. Or maybe it's a "D" or a "C" instead. This comes from Disney's old system of requiring separate ticket coupons for each attraction, with tickets assigned letter values from A through E, with the "E" tickets being the most expensive, for the best and most popular rides and shows.
All-inclusive passport tickets made the A-E ticket system obsolete, but fans continue to use the letters as shorthand for attraction quality. Given that, I would be interested to hear how you would assign the attractions at any given Disney theme park to the A through E categories.
Remember that the concept of the A-E ticket system is to distribute visitors evenly across all the park's attractions. So please consider capacity as well as popularity in assigning attractions. (Assume no pandemic restrictions on capacity, as well.)
Pick one park per response please, grouping the attractions by ticket letter. Commentary welcomed.Tweet