Home is just where you stay when not at WDW
- Jan 19, 2013
No it doesn't, and 'low crowds' is a relative term.But, limited capacity doesn’t mean low crowds. I have been to the parties where the day hours were less crowded than the party later that evening on the same day.
Limited Capacity means that the capacity is limited. With the new ticket offering, technically the limited capacity is however many people they can fit into the MK at a single time, so its the same as new years eve.
So I mean I guess it still is technically a limited capacity event. Then again, everything is limited capacity since nothing can can be attended by more than about 7 billion people.
Now I do not think it will have that much of an effect on things, at least I hope not. But, at least technically, they are now selling an unlimited number of tickets for a hard ticketed event, and at least in theory, the crowd can now be the same as it is on the busiest nights of the year - and we are being asked to pay extra for that.
Not to mention, there are going to be families there who did not know about MNSSHP, or didn't plan on it, or whatever, who now all of a sudden want to go. They go to buy a ticket.
"Oh, we are sorry, the event is sold out."
"But my Children really wanted to go."
"Oh well, you can buy the season pass for 300 and you can get in."
"But wait, I thought it was sold out."
"Well, it is, but it isnt..."
So there is a sold out event that I can pay 300$ to get into, but not 80? Is it a rock concert?
People are going to love that one.