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    What is the wait like if you make a "Priority Seating" at ESPN? It seems you do not make a reservation, but get priority seating. We will have a party of 7.

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    You can make a reservation on the disneyland app. I wouldn't just show up, you will wait for hours if it is busy.


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    Priority Seating just means that you'll get the next table for your party size. I can't imagine a wait of any more than 15 minutes.

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    If you are planning on going this weekend or next I would HIGHLY suggest making a reservation. It's NCAA tournament both weekends. And the final is on a Monday i believe so don't think your in the clear if it's not on the weekend. Plus you have MLB regular season starting up. These are just a couple of sport things coming up that could effect wait times.

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    Thanks, I am going in June. I was really just wondering if there is a difference in terms of wait time between Rainforest that takes "reservations" and ESPN that does not take reservations but "priority seating" (I have experienced small wait time even with reservations but I have never done priority seating).


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    Quote Originally Posted by jmorgan View Post
    Thanks, I am going in June. I was really just wondering if there is a difference in terms of wait time between Rainforest that takes "reservations" and ESPN that does not take reservations but "priority seating" (I have experienced small wait time even with reservations but I have never done priority seating).

    I would say they are the same. Rainforest may call it reservations, but it is still the next available table for your party size. We have had reservations at Rainforest and still had to wait, just not as long as the walk-up guests.

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    It can be a bit chaotic but for 7 15 minutes is about right.


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