Both @missoverexcited and @OBNurseNH, to me, have completely valid points in questioning the behavior if it is, in fact, impacting others. I wouldn’t do it if I could be impacting others (not Disney).
So, if the particular days in question are days that Disney wouldn’t usually fill up the campsite, then by doing it I’m simply padding Disney’s pocket book.
But, if Disney DOES fill up the campsites (with campers) usually, then doing the throwaway campsite reservation isn’t harming/helping Disney, but it is harming campers. I do recognize that campsites are the absolutely CHEAPEST way anyone could possibly go to Disney and stay on property. (Technically, you can probably stay off property cheaper, but those folks would then not have the same opportunities of gaining access to on-site benefits.)
So I think they are right to “call me out” on the practice if I were actually taking a campsite from a camper.
At this point, I can’t know if that is the case, so the question is meant to be more theoretical in nature in terms of cost benefit. Let’s say, for the sake of discussion, that Disney suddenly offered for $85/day the ability to upgrade your 30 day FPP reservations to 60 day. Would you pay it? And in this case, would you pay it if you were going the second week of May (which is traditionally one of the lower CL weeks), a few months after SWGE opens.
If the answer is yes, then the question of whether the campsites would be full or not then plays into the decision. If the answer is no, it is moot.