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Posted On:5/15/2012 4:40pm
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Another tip: If you stay at Disney until closing (don't try to leave the park early, which a lot of people do because of the time it takes to get back to parking), you can get on almost any ride repeatedly with no lines, because the park remains open an hour+ or more past the "official" closing for cleanup and security sweeps. Given the park can easily receive more than 10,000 visitors in a single day and rarely do people get "thrown out" for being in the park after closing, you can get away with a lot.
We skipped all the lines during the day, but got my oldest on a dozen rides in the last hour, including Space Mountain (twice in 10m) and Buzz Lightyear, which had hour+ waits during the day.
Amazing how many rides you can kill off once 98% of the visitors are busy fighting to get back to their cars.
Last edited by W. Rabbit; 5/15/2012 4:45pm at .
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Posted On:5/15/2012 7:58pm
Yeah, you can get on the rides pretty easy late and early as well. One of our favorites is the Tower of Terror. We got to the park when it opened and went straight there. Even though there was almost no wait, we went ahead and grabbed a fast pass. Then rode a couple times through the standby line. By the time the line gets long we hit it once more with the fast pass.
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