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  1. Dave
    November 10, 2019

    Great, Jim!!

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  2. Jim F
    November 9, 2019

    Ok. Thank you for that explanation. I really like the information that you have here Dave. Thank you!

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  3. Jim F
    November 7, 2019

    Why is the week of 2/1/2020 ranked so low (48th worst out of 52) if the crowds are so low? Is that because the weather isn’t as nice or because of the potential for ride closures? Thank you.

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    • Dave
      November 9, 2019

      Hey Jim, my week rankings are for first time visitors who may never return, so they heavily weight possible ride closures.

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  4. Amy
    September 5, 2019

    Awesome, thanks so much for that chart. I love your site and appreciate your response!

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    • Dave
      September 8, 2019

      🙂 Amy

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  5. Amy
    September 3, 2019

    Hi Dave, I see that you’re recommending the week of 2/22 even though Mardi Gras falls in the middle of that week. I thought Mardi Gras typically brings crowds from the gulf coast vacationers that week? Is there something different going on with their time off this year?
    Thanks so much!

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    • Dave
      September 4, 2019

      Hi Amy, so few people have Mardi Gras off–and those for so short a time–that it does not have much of an effect of Disney World. See this for the numbers, where the chart below comes from (2/25 is marked in red)

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