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UNIrd

Premium Member
Jul 18, 2008
6,408
Peter Pan's Flight is only 35 minutes? Am I reading this right? Only thing over an hour is Smuggler's Run at 65 minutes.

That's not hellish at all.
 

Mad Dog

Premium Member
Jan 30, 2013
20,245
Pittsburgh area
FWIW
.................Touring Plans Predicted Resort Crowd Level ....Observed Crowd Level

Dec. 22......................8......................................................................5
Dec. 23......................8......................................................................3
Dec. 24......................9......................................................................9
Dec. 25.....................8.......................................................................5
 

Joe

aka TestTrack321
Staff member
Moderator
Feb 15, 2012
14,176
Pittsburgh, PA
Today should be the first day of “hell week” for the parks. I’m looking at wait times for DLR and they’re pretty low for the week between Christmas and NY! Last year I recall it being insane. Now it’s reasonable. I guess both the added capacity from GE and the huge price increase leveled the crowds!
Lots of pass blackouts.
 
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Mad Dog

Premium Member
Jan 30, 2013
20,245
Pittsburgh area
Disneyland Park just reached the the first phase of capacity. They stopped selling tickets to Disneyland, but eligible AP holders can still get in....Tickets are still available to DCA.
 

Freak

Veteran Member
Jan 10, 2013
4,611
No man's land: SoCal
It’s January. That means we’re just around the corner from price increase season. Will they go through with another increase despite the sharp drop in attendance last Summer?
 

Cup_Of_Coffee

Veteran Member
Aug 7, 2018
5,072
It’s January. That means we’re just around the corner from price increase season. Will they go through with another increase despite the sharp drop in attendance last Summer?
With Rise opening I could see a small increase to accommodate that loss. I don’t think it’d be smart considering USH just lowered their prices if I believe.
 
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Jamesh22

Premium Member
Mar 13, 2018
1,325
It’s January. That means we’re just around the corner from price increase season. Will they go through with another increase despite the sharp drop in attendance last Summer?
That would be really CRAZY, but it wouldn't surprise me.
 

Stryker

Member
Feb 22, 2018
732
So Cal
While that's a decent deal for DLR, my 2020 Cedar Fair Platinum Pass which includes parking and admission to all CF parks is still cheaper at $195. Just goes to show what a great value CF passes are.
 

GAcoaster

V.I.P.
Nov 30, 2012
4,587
Orlando
While that's a decent deal for DLR, my 2020 Cedar Fair Platinum Pass which includes parking and admission to all CF parks is still cheaper at $195. Just goes to show what a great value CF passes are.
Try a $68 Six Flags pass if you want value. Of course you get what you pay for...
 

Stryker

Member
Feb 22, 2018
732
So Cal
Try a $68 Six Flags pass if you want value. Of course you get what you pay for...
My wife doesn't do extreme coasters and I have 3 young kids so Knott's and Soak City work out better for my family. Once my oldest tackles all the big boy coasters at Knott's, I'll introduce him to SFMM.
 
Aug 1, 2018
1,192
Los Angeles
Try a $68 Six Flags pass if you want value. Of course you get what you pay for...
$ for $ Six Flags pass is the best value. Sure I am more of a coaster enthusiast and Magic Mountain delivers a lot of good coasters plus 20 - 50 % off depending on your pass. Can't go wrong. My Disney pass is the worst value but Disney is Disney and the family loves it.
 

Rideguy70

V.I.P.
Feb 17, 2016
1,160
Los Angeles
That's an... interesting voice.

But I was aware of it, a previous cast member pointed it out to me years ago. It takes a little imagination, because frankly it would sit a bit too low on the body... not many have their "equipment" start at mid-thigh level (end would be a different story, of course :grin:).

For that reason, I feel it was unintentional, as Imagineers would've done a better job being more anatomically correct. ;)