What is the Most Time you are willing wait for an attraction - Disney vs Universal?
We have all waited in long lines for popular attractions. I am wondering given the two most popular and debated places in Florida, what is the most you willing to wait.
We waited about 80 minutes for Skull Island in May. Sign said 60 minutes but it was closer to 80 minutes. I would also willingly wait for Forbidden Journey or Escape from Gringotts, Hulk and Spiderman..
At Disney, I think 60 minutes is the most I am willing to wait for something like Everest.
Again, this is the Most Time you are willing to wait…
It really depends on the circumstances. We once waited in line over 4 hours to get on Top Thrill Dragster, but that was because the coaster was running so intermittently in its opening season that you had to do that to make sure you got on it.
And that is the sole overriding factor that makes my family enjoy Universal more. Note I did not say prefer or like. I said enjoy. The unlimited express pass makes our theme park experience magical. Our FP+ makes our theme park experience frustrating as hell. I would agree with the hour for E ticket, 45 for moderate, and 30 for lower tier, but that is on crowded days. There are only a few attractions I would wait 90 minutes for. There are just many ways around it, or there used to be. Now Disney has people reserving passes for rides like the Haunted Mansion where they were fast loaders that didn't really need FP in the first place. Then you have people booking it for 9:30 a.m., and the line crawls to a halt, and there is a 45 minute wait at 10 a.m. For something that traditionally would be a walk on at that time. You used to be able to manage lines so much better. I was at DL the other day and flew through the park with the old system.
If it's my first time on a ride, I'd be willing to wait 180 minutes as long as it's an E-Ticket, fully operational, and has a highly themed queue.
180 minutes within a themed queue. For example "Flight of Passsage" we waited 180 minutes.
It depends on how long I've previously waited for the attraction or my anticipation for a new attraction.
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