Ocean Park says it is on the right track to exceed its projections for this fiscal year and has yet to experience any adverse impact from the opening of Hong Kong Disneyland some 21/2 months ago. 'So far, there has been no negative impact on our attendance from Disneyland,' a spokeswoman said. The marine park attracted more than 4.03 million visitors in the 12 months to June 30 this year. The spokeswoman declined to reveal the park's attendance figures since then, but stressed that the response to its 'Lovin' Hong Kong' discount campaign has been very strong. In September, when the Disney theme park opened, Ocean Park offered up to a 40 per cent discount on the admission prices of $185 (adults) and $93 (children) for Hong Kong identity card holders. The discounts have been offered this month and extended until December 16. She said the park had not yet decided on whether the discounts would continue into the Christmas period. Three weeks ago, Disney slashed ticket prices by $50 for Hong Kong residents. The offer lasts until December 8. Disney has denied that low attendance is behind the price cut. A Post manual headcount found 12,972 people visited Disneyland on Sunday, November 13, and 11,399 entered on Wednesday, November 16. Disneyland said it had 'more than 1 million visitors' in its first 100 days. Meanwhile, the MTR's $50 Disneyland Resort Line one-day pass will be sold at all stations starting next month.