[QUOTE=smallworld;1123462]ahhhh I understand. POFQ has become so popular that they don’t need to discount it…makes sense business wise…I can’t blame them…
We only go every few years so I am willing to “pay” to stay since it’s our favorite…but if you are flexible and willing to stay elsewhere, discounts can really help.
Boy–I remember way back when—everyone I knew stayed at CBR, and hadn’t even heard of Dixie Landings or PO…or when I explained it, decided the decor didn’t appeal to them. Guess THAT has certainly changed…[/QUOTE]
They have the least amount of rooms and get the same percentage to give up for discounts. The manager at each resort has the ability to give up as many rooms as needed based off of projected occupancy. It’s actually really interesting to tell you the truth. Common sense says don’t sell low what you can get full price for, so it makes so sense whatsoever to discount POFQ. I have stayed there without discount simply because it’s where I wanted to stay. The other moderates really don’t appeal to me at all. I may go to a Royal room at Riverside just simply because they are close to the main area.