An intervention by the Consumer Protection Commission and the Tourism Bureau could soon see the ban on outside food and pricey souvenirs at the nation’s theme parks become history. As the summer vacation is a peak period for tourism and travel, the commission and its local offices, the Tourism Bureau and health authorities listed 13 major theme parks for inspection.
Read more from The Taipei Times.
Only a 60% markup....amateurs!!! Here in the US we pay a 133% markup on bottles of coke at Six Flags!! ;)
...and if the park charged $1.75 for a bottle of Coke, I would drink too many of them all day long.
I suppose I should thank the parks for sparing me from my own vices!
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I was comparing the price you pay 'on the street' of $1.50 - compared to the park price of $3.50...and I am pretty sure that is what they are referring to in Taiwan, too...
Ready the quote from the article...they were referring a markup from retail price, not the wholesale-retail markup...
Some vendors sell beverages that normally cost NT$25 for NT$40, Chang said, adding that that amounted to a 60 percent markup in price.
That's not really markup though. There's no such thing as markup from another seller's price.
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