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"Hey Walt, what do you think of Walt Disney World becoming an all-inclusive resort? What are the pros and cons?"
Submitted by George K., Winter Haven, FL
Thanks for asking.
When we first broke the news, people cried about corporate greed, and how it makes this unaffordable for the working class, or even the middle class. We pointed out that parking was included, but the damage had been done and Disney backed ...
Guests were outrage to learn that a trip to a Disney resort could be expensive.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- As we reported last week, Walt Disney World is converting to an all-inclusive resort. While most of the country didn't read the article and thus didn't know to be upset, the few people who read Uncle Walt's Insider were outraged at the expense.
One irate Uncle Walt's Insider reader, Pam S., blamed the new price scheme on "corporate greed" and said she would ...
"We think this will solve the overcrowding situation."
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- In its biggest change since the elimination of paper tickets, Walt Disney World announced today that it is converting to an all-inclusive resort.
Beginning in September of this year, guests will pay a flat fee of $1000 per person each day. That price will give the guests a room on property, all the food they can eat -- including churros! -- and access all of Walt Disney World's theme ...