Yes please. What about the pricing at Alton Towers? I've not been to Thorpe for some time, so if you could let me know what their pricing is like now please?dropthefloor93 said:
I've heard from relatives that live near Lightwater that there's actually a half decent restaurant outside the park gates (but within the shopping area). I've only eaten in their main food court area, and that was silly expensive.Tom G said:Catering is crazy bad at LWV, and it's no good saying they're no worse than anyone else. They excel in most other areas of customer relations, so they should be addressing the food and drink issue without delay.
Gardaland was actually cheaper than the other parks, for both food and drinks.furie said:Yes please. What about the pricing at Alton Towers? I've not been to Thorpe for some time, so if you could let me know what their pricing is like now please?dropthefloor93 said:
Also, with only Gardaland being a Merlin attraction in Italy, how has that pushed up the cost for the Italian parks.
Your answers are eagerly awaited...
That's not entirely why cinemas charge high rates for their food - it's mainly because they make no money on the films and if they didn't push up the price of coke they'd all go bust. But, in that regard, it probably is the same with theme parks.Ploddish said:I was always under the impression that parks used the same pricing model as cinemas - make as much profit on the food you sell because it's not like anyone has anywhere else to go. Captive audience and all that jazz.
10 For a cheese steak is perfectly normal.Jer said:The worst prices for park food have to be a Dorney, $6 for fires, $10 for a cheese steak, and $4 for a 20oz Soda, pass on all of that!
At least the KFC's pries are the same. Don't actually know for the Burger king, I was guessing that it it'd be the same like the KFC is.Martyn B said:^ I dont think the Burger King prices are the same as a normal branch. I'd say they sit comfortably inbetweeen the high street prices, and the service station prices.