No. It has always ended at 10 AM. What happens is that from 9 to 10 AM cosmic rays will be closed and people can go in there and eat their breakfast if they have a wrist band.I haven't kept up with this much, but at a quick glance I didn't quite get one thing. The Disney Early Morning Magic that starts on December 2nd says it is from 7:45 am to 10 am. But I also see the Magic Kingdom opens at 9 am on those days. So from 9 am to 10 am...are they only allowing those with Early Morning Magic to ride those rides listed?
When was 7:45 AM ever included in "a day's admission" in the first week of December? Would "never" be accurate?Just crossed the $200 day line for what used to be included with a day's admission.
I guess they do toss in a mickey waffle with it.
This guy gets it.None of those are going to get me to pay $79. But for those who dig it, enjoy.
I haven't kept up with this much, but at a quick glance I didn't quite get one thing. The Disney Early Morning Magic that starts on December 2nd says it is from 7:45 am to 10 am. But I also see the Magic Kingdom opens at 9 am on those days. So from 9 am to 10 am...are they only allowing those with Early Morning Magic to ride those rides listed?
Some people are capable of nuance. Not being upset by THIS decision does not mean that I'm "blindly loyal" no matter what.The mantra of the blindly loyal everyone.
This isn't like MNSSHP or MVMCP. I don't know the exact numbers, but this is a tiny fraction of the guests. Taken as a whole, nobody is being conditioned into anything. Not to mention the fact that most guests are not super frequent visitors like the people who post here are. "Conditioning" them won't do Disney any good when you figure they're not going to be back for 5-10 years.I get the “if you don’t like it, don’t do it” thing, but I do have concerns that it further conditions guests to accept Disney selling the parks multiple times a day.
Wouldn't it make more sense to wait for them to actually do the thing than to be pre-mad at them for a thing you assume they're going to do?Will they cut EMH and shorten regular park hours in favor of this? You bet they will.
Get this. I think Toy Story Land looks like trash. It's an All Star Sports-caliber land inside a Walt Disney World theme park. Borderline embarrassing. I also dislike Rivers of Light and that goofy Star Wars fireworks show at Hollywood Studios.Well color me shocked you actually don't love everything happening right now.
I actually figured they'd raise the prices more than $10 given that a decent amount of attractions were being added. I have mixed feelings on this and the late-night After Hours events. Part of me would love to go and experience the attractions with no wait (especially at night). The other part feels like it's a money grab and that Disney is manipulating lines during the day to make these more attractive. There's a real pull between them at this point.
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