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What's new on the discussion board: Universal Singapore, RRR music codes and Busch Gardens questions

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Published: March 30, 2010 at 1:58 PM

Here are the top new threads on the Theme Park Insider Discussion Board from the past week:

Adriel Tjokrosaputro offers an in-depth Universal Studios Singapore Soft Opening - Trip Report

Ben James starts an entertaining Things I learned from EPCOT thread.

Speaking of Epcot, Adam Guillette asks about Epcot - World Showcase Parking

Thomas Grimme asks for an up-to-date list of Music Codes for Universal's Hollywood Rip, Ride, Rockit. (Please add to it if you know others!)

Even though we now know the official opening date (June 18), Domenik Jost gets the discussion going over The Wizarding World Of Harry Potter soft opening date.

If you'll be visiting later this summer, you might be wondering When is the best time to book a September trip to Universal?

Alvaro Reyes asks What kind of bags or backpacks I am allowed to take to Orlando theme parks?

Caroline Davis revives a classic debate by asking which are The Best Six Flags parks?

alice fred asks Where to get Six Flags discounts?

Dana Truong asks about the Six Flags Gold and Platinum Flash Pass, and which one's the better to buy.

Jake Jones offers a detailed Busch Gardens Tampa trip report

While we're talking about Busch Gardens in Tampa, laura breemer asks about the Least sickening coaster(s) at BGA?

Busch Gardens Williamsburg fans, Jesse Saywell invites you to speculate What will replace Big Bad Wolf?

And finally, Joshua Counsil embarrasses me.

Readers' Opinions

From Joshua Counsil on March 30, 2010 at 2:41 PM
Some of the most interesting discussion topics I've seen in awhile. Thanks for the updates, Robert.

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