It will be down to staff costing, due to the fact that the attraction isn't an Up-charged attraction, the acting costs are covered like the rest of the rides. Let's work this out roughly;gavin said:I'd say it's more down to the staffing costs than anything else to be honest.
Sorry, but this isn't true, at all in fact. There are a LOT more year-round attractions destined for the UK. I know for a fact because I'm working on one or two at the moment that are in the stages of planning. I can think of at least 5 that are appearing in the next 2 years.marc said:the fact Saw Alive is no longer open all year shows they are not that popular.
Wow, 6 staff members at minimu wage is around £37 per hour, so your basically saying they run up an electricity bill of £463-563 per hour?!It costs around £500 - £600 per hour to run an attraction around the same size as Saw Alive, basing it on a figure of 6 actors and minimum wage, smoke fluid consumption, lighting, sound, electrical costs, management etc.