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    Quote Originally Posted by brad192 View Post
    OK, as a 3-day all immersive thing I get it. Kinda like the NASA Space Camp for adults in Huntsville (which I'm absolutely going to do). Star Wars uber-fans will love this. Pair it with a week of "normal" Disney vacation on the front or back end, and it would be quite the experience! So, what is the actual pricing for this?
    I have heard $650 per adult per night, $250 per child per night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrerGnat View Post
    I have heard $650 per adult per night, $250 per child per night.

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    Really? That's just nuts! Almost $2000 for three days? I'll pass, thank you. My last trip to WDW was 10 days, and it cost lees than that. Heck, Space Camp (3 days) costs less than 1 day of this overpriced thing. Yet another reason my loyalty to Disney is waning fast.
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    My family and I have zero interest in Star Wars - one reason Hollywood Studios will be a half day park for us. And we definitely won't be staying at this new hotel - especially at the price they'll be charging!

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    As for the Stars Wars Experience, I'm not sure people are understanding. If you do this experience, you are not travelling to the parks (except DHS). Your entertainment IS the experience. Not my thing, but if it was $650 a day sounds about right for room, costume, food, and experience. Not cheap, but not over the top.

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    Kinda like those murder mystery dinner experiences.
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    I think that the high price is part of the point... this is for DIE HARD FANS, not just the curious or casual vacationer... if you are going to pay that price, then you're going to do research and know what you're getting into.

    Actually, I think Disney runs the risk of not living up to the patrons expectations.

    Don't we expect more satisfaction when the price for a Disney vacation gets higher and higher?

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    **Moderator Note**

    The discussion of Resort Classification changes have been moved to a new separate thread to continue that discussion:

    New Classification System for Walt Disney World Hotels?

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