- Sep 16, 2018
+1 for pay to play. If you’re paying for it, you’re paying for it. We use it for lift accessed skiing/snowboarding/ski touring/splitboarding/speed riding/snowskating as opposed to “earn your turns.”Just curious, is it the droid and lightsaber building that you are considering “pay to play”? I look at them as interactive souvenir buying experiences rather than a pay to play situation. There were always going to be droids and lightsabers for sale at varying price points as souvenirs. These experiences allow guests to be more immersed and get something more personalized than just buying an item off the shelf. I have a hard time seeing that as a negative.
To me, “pay to play” would be more along the lines of charging extra for the rides or something like that.