The Mouse Planet article this week mentioned paying extra on special holidays, to keep the attendance numbers down.
However, something even more dramatic has always entered my mind on most of my visits to Disneyland.
What if you could pay for a very expensive ticket for a single day of Disneyland but it would be on one day of just a couple available each year, where attendance would be solely limited to the purchasers of this ticket, but in a more limited number than suggested by the holiday ticket article.
I am talking $500-$1000 for a day, but it would be like a Magic Morning, all day long.
While I could not do it every year, Disneyland is so magical when it's not overfilled. Whether we would always have the money to do it or not is one question, the answer on whether it would be worth it, I think is probably quite clear. At least for me.
What do you think? Maybe even offer only two of these days a year to not affect the park much. It would be a day to spend a long time in the park for me. I would love every minute of it, going from attraction to attraction, meal to meal, etc. It would be a lot of fun. The park just for you and a handful of thousand.