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Pricing Case Study: Why Disney Should Charge MORE for Their $6,000 Hotel Room

May 6, 2022
Mark_Stiving_Pt_4.jpgThis is part four of a four-part series with pricing expert and Pragmatic instructor Mark Stiving. Each new episode will feature a case study on current pricing trends.
 
In this episode of Pragmatic Live, Rebecca Kalogeris, VP of marketing for Pragmatic Institute, and Mark discuss the immersive Star Wars experience that comes at a premium price.
 
“This story is all about price segmentation. Disney doesn’t need to sell to everyone who comes to the park—just a few people.” - Mark Stiving
 
They discuss:
  • The reason why people buy the $6,000 hotel room at Disney: Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser
  • Why Mark thinks the hotel Room is underpriced
  • How comparison helps the buyer justify pricing structures
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