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Construction is well underway (Source, Source) Layout for one of the rides and vague park layout (Source) Dinseysea appear to be experimenting with projection mapping (Source)

...and I just found two photos released by Disney, on the Beauty/Beast Attraction! This is the unload area of the attraction. The "Be Our Guest" part of the attraction. And you can see Belle a

It's so beautiful. Thanks for posting those pics! And just in general for keeping us updated on TDLR!

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$65 for a one day adult ticket is madness by domestic standards!

 

I assume you mean madness as in super crazy cheap?!!?

 

It's a crazy good deal for a big corporate park, especially for two of the best parks on the planet!!!

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$65 for a one day adult ticket is madness by domestic standards!

 

I assume you mean madness as in super crazy cheap?!!?

 

It's a crazy good deal for a big corporate park, especially for two of the best parks on the planet!!!

Absolutely! Its incredibly cheap!

 

$65 for a day at DisneySEA compared to $95 for a day at the Magic Kingdom. Americans are getting robbed by this standard.

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$65 for a one day adult ticket is madness by domestic standards!

 

I consider this good value considering how much there is too do and see in either disney park, at least with fast passes you'll get a fair bit done. Everland has been charging almost that for their peak days at the water-park for years and it's so packed you get about 4 slides in a full-day but people still walk out smiling talking about how amazing those few slides were.

 

edit: just realized madness could be meaning either way as in cheap or expensive.

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$65 for a one day adult ticket is madness by domestic standards!

 

I assume you mean madness as in super crazy cheap?!!?

 

It's a crazy good deal for a big corporate park, especially for two of the best parks on the planet!!!

 

Especially when you consider that a one-day ticket for Busch Gardens Williamsburg is $72.

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Not only are the tickets a much better value, but there's enough divergence between the Annual Pass prices and the single/multi-day ticket prices to prevent the parks from being constantly overrun by Annual Passholders!

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^Play your cards right, Bob, and you can get a "senior" discount like I did at the TDS front gate last summer.

 

The girl at the ticket booth asked me my age. I answered "53," but I think she heard it as "63."

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^

 

When I went to the movies last weekend I was asked at the ticket booth if I was a senior and then when I got popcorn I was asked if I had an AARP card!

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Haha! That's awesome.

 

I really miss Tokyo Disney. They really do have the most amazing merchandise. I would love to have even 1/4 of the variety here in the US.

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I really miss Tokyo Disney. They really do have the most amazing merchandise. I would love to have even 1/4 of the variety here in the US.

 

Agreed! I loved all the random stuff you could get.

 

My only disappointment was with their shirt selection. Pretty sure the entire 4 days we were there I was only able to find one or two styles of shirts. A lot different than other Disney parks but than again why even worry about gift shops when you can stare at Mount Prometheus all day while eating popcorn!

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If I had had enough case space i'm sure I would have purchased multiple Shiriki boobleheads. And Ken is right, there is nothing like standing and looking at Mt Prometheous whilst eating popcorn!

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I really miss Tokyo Disney. They really do have the most amazing merchandise. I would love to have even 1/4 of the variety here in the US.

 

Agreed! I loved all the random stuff you could get.

 

My only disappointment was with their shirt selection. Pretty sure the entire 4 days we were there I was only able to find one or two styles of shirts. A lot different than other Disney parks but than again why even worry about gift shops when you can stare at Mount Prometheus all day while eating popcorn!

 

The Japanese aren't into the large Mickey ears, either.

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