Ok does anyone else think that USH is way overestimating their demand? I mean they've increased AP prices by over 100%, eliminated the parking pass, and switched to flex ticket pricing with most days going for $90. With these prices, I just can't see USH selling that many AP's or tickets. Honestly, I don't even see what all the hype is about. So USH brings in WWOHP, which contains 1 E-ticket and one family coaster. That brings their totals to 9 rides and 3 shows. How can USH justify raising prices this high with basically one new ride that many people have already rode in Orlando. It just blows my mind. I mean I guess we can already infer that USH AP's aren't selling well considering the fact that they lowered the price of all AP's by $10 and eliminated all Feburary blackout days. Personally, I feel like a one day anytime USH ticket is worth a maximum of $40 and an USH AP with no blackout days is worth a maximum of $150. Do you guys think USH's new pricing structure is justified or do you think that USH needs to re-adjust their pricing structure? If so, by how much?Tweet
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