Posted Thursday, August 10, 2006 2:56 PM | Contributed by Jeff
Fewer and fewer people actually pay full price for one-day theme-park tickets. Disney, Universal Orlando and SeaWorld all have aggressively shaken up the way they sell tickets to entice more visitors to spend more time at their parks.
Read more from The Orlando Sentinel.
"It's not just about offering better deals to compete"
How many enthusiast minds will that blow? ;)
One thing I haven’t seen in the pricing debate is FL residents get considerable savings. Base price without discounts $40/day for 3 days compared to the $50/day for out of state. They probably realize that to draw regional people who aren’t flying in with package deals to stay at resorts they have to make the prices cheaper. Perhaps SF should look at this?
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