In reply to by Karen Samples (not verified)

They also should expand the Murphy bed concept that they have in some rooms at Port Orleans Riverside.

Some people don't go to Disney year after year and we personally could not afford another mortgage payment to buy into the plan so asking for another moderate resort is not out of the question. The moderates are a perfect place for the "every few years" visitor who wants more than the loud atmosphere of the value resorts and doesn't want to pay an arm and a leg for a place that they mostly will be sleeping in.

Not everyone can afford that huge beginning investment, so please don't act like we are being cheap when we say that another moderate resort would be nice. We can't all afford to spend our retirement money on DVC.

Not everyone can afford that huge beginning investment, so please don't act like we are being cheap when we say that another moderate resort would 've nice. We can't all afford to spend our retirement money on DVC.

We would love to see Disney build more "moderate resorts." Also,as our kids get older & bigger,we need the room sizes to grow some too. Just because you can sleep 4 people in 2 queen beds doesn't mean you can move around these rooms easily. Quite crowded sometimes when we all are trying to get dressed for the parks or going out to eat.

In reply to by Visitor (not verified)

We belong to the Vacation club and love it. I would like to purchase more points but the price is getting way to high. Is there any way to combine all our points to one resort. We have 520 points but spread out over 3 resorts.

In reply to by Visitor (not verified)

They don't need any moderate resort, you just need to purchase the Disney Vacation Club and it will cost you less and stay in deluxe resorts, plus get multiple discounts on property.

There are plenty of value resorts and now another deluxe resort. Disney needs to build another moderate resort.

In reply to by Cathy (not verified)

They are meant to classify the rides in terms of their excitement and attraction level among guests. That is, the E-Ticket rides are the most popular, most iconic rides (think Space Mountain, Pirates of the Caribbean, etc.) and A-Tickets were more akin to your typical amusement park or carnival rides (think Prince Charming's Royal Carousel, Dumbo, etc.).

The terminology comes from when Disney first opened its parks. You would get a book with a bunch of ride tickets in it lettered from A to E. You'd have plenty of A-tickets, but you'd have limited E-tickets. This was so that lines didn't get out of hand at Disney's most popular attractions, if you ran out you'd have to purchase more. You couldn't just queue up for Space Mountain 6 times in one day with basic admission.

What do "e-ticket" and "c-ticket" mean?

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