150%. Awesome move by Disney.This is called exceptional recovery/going above and beyond. Free ticket admission for those who got in line virtually and will not be able to ride.
Oh, no. What I meant by this is that 100 out of the roughly 120-140 groups initially created have now ridden. I would expect that a large portion of them would be ready to go home/to the hotel and get some much needed sleep.OOf, I wasn't expecting so much pushback. As someone who's been visiting for the past two weeks, it's just been very very strange. The scenarios are obviously very different with Thanksgiving, but today has seriously been one of the easiest days to do Studios, besides yesterday where it was dead virtually all day. If you put me on Sunset Boulevard right now, I'd have no idea a new attraction just opened.
I think this makes the most sense. Virtual Queue has created a really nice luxury, and it seems like it'd be a great idea to leave. We haven't yet, though, and I'm not sure how many vacationers would want to if they're not passholders or anything.
I think the VQ might have been a mess if it was employed last week though, for example. If it only took us about 30 minutes to get on after we used our VQ, then it's really not eating up that many people, isn't it?
My recommendation would be don’t throw a one day ticket at the opening day of an incredibly hyped attraction, lol.The problem with the virtual queue system is that if you are someone with a one day ticket you are screwed. You have to take this huge risk on showing up and using your ticket with the HOPE that a boarding group will be available. Atleast if you allow people to show up and stand in line for 5 hours or whatever the option is there.
either way it’s a new ride and going to be very popular so the next few days will be interesting to see how they do it.
Oh snap, my mistake! But yeah, makes sense. Wait times have fallen even farther since I posted that, but that's to be expected with the long operating hours.Oh, no. What I meant by this is that 100 out of the roughly 120-140 groups initially created have now ridden. I would expect that a large portion of them would be ready to go home/to the hotel and get some much needed sleep.
They’re gone...Question, if it's an early entry day at the park like say next Sunday when I'm going with my family and they do boarding pass the hotel guests get in at 8 to 9 and you can't book one until you get in the park what happens if they're all gone before they let in the General Public
They’re up to 121. I doubt they get much past 130. So about 25 groups perhaps. It’s pennies to Disney to comp 2500 day passes that many won’t even use since you can’t upgrade them. But the good will that comes from it is priceless. Very classy.Not which groups this extends too but I know group 146 and back have been given guest recovery. Not sure if there are earlier groups.