Originally Posted by lilpooh108
Think about it this way -- you didn't get screwed, the seller did. With a subsidized contract, Disney would have ROFR'ed it anyway. So someone would have eventually paid his asking price just for the subsidized dues. He LOST $1500 just by agreeing to sell it to you. On the flip side you spent $750 more over the life of the contract and never got subsidized dues which you aren't entitled to anyway. He should cry... not you.
This is the weird part. Somehow the seller was able to get back the contract and wanted full asking price a few weeks later. Seller must be a Disney employee or something. There is some funny business going on.