yeah. This is probably a good idea. Don't think DL really has any choice but to do something like this to make it at least a bit manageable.
That backstage area doesn't have an easy way to lead guests to (unless you're creating a path through Muppets)
Now imagine if you could queue yourself up via the app to enter SWL once you're in the park, not unlike mobile order and hitting the button "I'm here" to let them know to put your order together. Then Disney could push a notification to you where you would have a set amount of time (30-60 minutes?) to arrive at the entrance to the land or your spot would be given to the next person in line. I don't believe they'll actually do anything like that, but it would be nice if they could figure something out OTHER than just having to wait in an 8-hour line to HOPE you will get into the land.
DL confirmed the virtual queue just today. I would imagine its more to control crowds going into the land instead of allowing the land to be overrun with people. This would allow a better experience for all.I haven't been keeping up with the virtual queue news at DL, should this make it easier to get into the land?
And less angry guests complaining to cast members they've been waiting 4h just to get inside the land and lil Timmy doesn't have his wagonDL confirmed the virtual queue just today. I would imagine its more to control crowds going into the land instead of allowing the land to be overrun with people. This would allow a better experience for all.
This is way late to the current discussion, but what happened to the table service resturant? Seems like an odd decision to table that (oh yes I did). They could have charged pretty much whatever they wanted and reservations would be filled 180days out all the time
As for why they didn't build it? We know not.
But, it's clear it wasn't even constructed at all. So, they definitely cut it, or, decided to open it later, like with the Star Wars Resort.
Also, OC Register just confirmed in this article that even though Disneyland will sell elaborate costume in SW:GE, guests will not be allowed to wear them in the park at all.
Does anyone know if WDW will still adhere to this policy too? It seems pretty dumb to me to put so much emphasis on immersion, role-playing, and in-universe merchandise and then tell guests not to wear or use said merchandise.
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