Are people really planning a trip just for opening day of this ride? (No snark, sincere question).Hmmm... perhaps it could be that trips to WDW now require so much advance planning that knowing a ride opening date matters? ADRs at 180 days, FP+ at 60 days, party tickets for sale 6 months in advance, room discounts 6-9 months out.
Martin's post from 4 pages ago saying how the attractionThere’s whispers that this attraction could be quite delayed. Was an official date ever released?
No April fool.
Yep.Martin's post from 4 pages ago saying how the attraction
willcould be quite delayed. The next couple pages are filled with people wondering when the actual opening date of the attraction was supposed to be, with everyone coming to the consensus that Disney had said Fall 2019.
Maybe not opening day but for a lot of people that don’t go often, they may want to plan around the most new things they can get. Since there is no real indication of when, all they can do currently is guess and hope, or try to push back a trip. There being no real info at all isn’t helpful to somebody that is looking forward to it. Even the annual trip people may be upset if they wind up missing it by a day or two when they could’ve shifted had they known.Are people really planning a trip just for opening day of this ride? (No snark, sincere question).
Some may be. I think it might be more of principle: if guests are now expected to plan so far in advance, why can't Disney provide needed info further in advance. This goes beyond just a ride open date. It also includes EMH, EMM, etc.Are people really planning a trip just for opening day of this ride? (No snark, sincere question).
February 16, well in advance of the June 30 openingMakes sense. But since we’ve never had an actual opening day, why the angst suddenly? Because people assumed it would open early?
When did they announce the official opening date of TSL? And weren’t FP less than 60 days?
Just in time for Hunny Hunt’s 20th anniversary!Guys...this was the plan all along...delay Runaway Railway and Rise of the Resistance till 2020!
That way Disney can tout 2020 as “The year of the Trackless Rides! Three of ‘em all in one year!” That way Ratatoille isn’t all alone next year.
This is precisely why everyone was worried since they haven’t said anything.Blog mickey saying "sources" telling them this may be pushed to 2020