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It's not clear if this was due to the overwhelming backlash or if the price automatically swings with what day of the week it is or if the original price was simply an early access price. Regardless, $50 is much more palatable than $80, especially factoring in rerides.
EDIT: AND it looks like parking is free now too, as long as you're not visiting during a football game. Nice!
Does anyone else feel that the lighting is weird in this park? Like its just a bit... dark. Especially where takabisha et al live. The one at MoA looks so bright and inviting and the park layout is so nicely central to the mall, but this one just feels uninviting. Maybe when it picks up more crowds it'll feel more alive, but for the moment something just feels wrong about it, that's hard to put my finger on.
lack of theming/scenery/greenery?
MOA definitely feels like a park, that just happens to be in enclosed. While I haven't been to the New Jersey location, yet, it definitely looks very...warehouse, sterile.