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Uni-Fan

Newcomer
Feb 17, 2014
60
I have family coming in and want to buy passes for the park, they are fully vaccinated, are they able to buy passes considering they are out of state?
 

BriefCasey

Rookie
Oct 21, 2018
214
That's a relief. The news was the last thing I saw last night and this adds up with seeing the park open today on the app.
 

Clive

aka Fallow
Staff member
Moderator
May 26, 2010
4,066
Based on my brief visit yesterday, it would appear masks are now optional for team members - at least outdoors. I noticed several ride attendants at Hippogriff and the Hogwarts Express conductor did not have masks.
 

Stryker

Member
Feb 22, 2018
735
So Cal
Based on my brief visit yesterday, it would appear masks are now optional for team members - at least outdoors. I noticed several ride attendants at Hippogriff and the Hogwarts Express conductor did not have masks.
It's the same as Knott's. They've already removed all social distancing markers. Seems like if they're vaccinated and work outside, they're not masking up. Everyone working food & beverage were wearing masks.

Starting tomorrow, DLR CMs who are fully vaccinated are no longer required to wear masks outdoors and physical distancing will be eliminated. We're getting back to normal. Finally.
 

AlexanderMBush

Legendary Member
Nov 23, 2013
18,602
Arizona
Our tram driver explained the cabin would be relocated to accommodate a new studio transportation center being prepped for construction in that area. (You can already see a lot of the equipment standing by.)
By Studio Transportation Center, what does that mean? My immediate question goes to the Trams for VIP and Regular, and if the repair barns next to the plaza will be moving to be next to the plaza.
 

Ron101

Member
Apr 9, 2018
648
California
I'm not shocked. They've been having issues with Express oversells.
I brought this up when they went on sale again and they were extremely cheap at $449. Not sure who thought that was a good price point especially with what you got and people willing to drop money lately.
 

Clive

aka Fallow
Staff member
Moderator
May 26, 2010
4,066
I brought this up when they went on sale again and they were extremely cheap at $449. Not sure who thought that was a good price point especially with what you got and people willing to drop money lately.
The payment plan price is/was $19/month. It's kind of a no brainer to buy it if it's being offered at that price point, really.