our family went 1.5yrs ago and spent close to 14k and agree, would much rather have an over the top trip than do that again
also, most of those employees are dem and they support people who killed their jobs. their issue now......
cold maybe but the reality is this; your vote matters
The conundrum is that with an on-property Disney vacation costing upwards of $10,000+, the people that actually enjoy and want to go to Disney can't afford it (so they wind up financing it through debt , and the people who can afford it are more likely to go to more exclusive destinations (eg. Caribbean) and skip Disney altogether. I think there will need to be a structural change in their business model or the lay off of thousands of people yesterday will be just the tip of the iceberg.