Forgive me, I'm no disney expert...but If I understand the labor situation correctly, there would be some variations in how things play out. 1. Florida forbids mandatory unions..."right to work" being the legislative term. Under that situation, unions have no ability to require membership and conduct a work stoppage. If disney employees don't have that tool at their disposal, their bargaining power is limited. If I recall correctly labor demands in contract negotiations between disney and the service unions have always ended in pro-management agreements. My guess is it's not likely that the trade councils win the day. Federal mediation is non-binding as well, which makes it largely irrelevant. 2. Though labor costs are the biggest drain on profits at wdw - as with most places - they wouldn't do an increase based on labor negotiations or wait to see what happens with that. Price increases are typically driven only by revenue and profit as it relates to Wall Street in a company of that sizs.