best use of MM/Early Entry?
we're going to the resort from thursday sept 6th- saturday sept 8th. we're hoping to stay at the disneyland hotel( if I can convince them that we should get the military discount off of their cheapest rooms, not off of their mid price rooms), so we have 3 early entry days. 1) if we go into DCA early on thursday, do we
A) get into line for a world of color ticket.( what time do they start distributing them? when early entry starts or when the park opens?) or
B) do we get in line for a RSR fast pass? when do they start distributing them( same question as above)
c) go straight back to get in line for RSR
D) go straight back for TSM
all of this while also hoping not to have breakfast *TOO* late that day..
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07-31-2012 12:54 PM
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E - Go to Mater's and Luigi's. Mater's first. At 7:55am (or 8:55 if EE is 8-9) get in line for RSR Fastpasses. They will start distributing at 8am. Non-hotel guests will join the line at 8am, so be in line prior to them being added.
Originally Posted by LLevy
You can get a first show ticket to WoC any time in the morning.
Planning 3 trips at once...
After getting the RSR Fastpass, I'd head straight for Toy Story. I agree, no rush to get your WoC Fastpasses.
Originally Posted by Malcon10t
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If long lines aren't your thing. I believe Luigi's, with a slower loading time, should be done first. Even during EE, it can reach 30-40 minutes. Everything else I agrre with.
I don't agree with the above, but this is based on my ONE AP early entry morning in DCA since Carsland opened, so there's no telling if my experience is typical or not. I went right for RSR, and waited maybe 20 minutes for my first ever ride. Then I did Luigi's with maybe a 5 minute wait, and then Mater's with a 5 minute wait. After that I had breakfast at Flo's with a terrific view of the RSR vehicles and mountain range, and then back into the single rider line with maybe a 45 minute wait.
They don't open the FP queue for RSR till regular park opening, so you'd burn your entire early entry hour just standing there in line. Also, because Carsland is so popular, I found next to no lines at the other attractions like TSMM, Mermaid and Soarin'. And it's also been my experience that World of Color FPs don't sell out nearly as quickly as they used to, so if you're over there by mid-morning to get one you'll be fine.
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