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What's new on the discussion board: Harry Potter lines, Disney World tickets and ride reservation options

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Published: June 29, 2010 at 9:17 AM

Here are this week's top new threads on the Theme Park Insider Discussion Board:

One week after its opening, Lorrie Hackbardt asks how are the Lines for Harry Potter?

Audra Distler wonders about visiting Harry Potter later in the day?

On the topic of Universal Orlando, Kristin A wants to know How much does food cost? She asks about Backpack Storage on rides, too.

Edwin Iturbe is looking for some Orlando trip planning help in Eight theme parks, ten nights.

As is Javier Rivera: Help planning Orlando trip August 21-28.

Domenik Jost talks about Disney's new monthly payment plan for Annual Passholders in Walt Disney World has a new deal for Florida Residents.

Melissa Donahue asks for Dining recommendations at Downtown Disney?

David L. starts a conversation about the Luxury pet resort coming to Disney World

Brad W strays from our usual park line-up to ask about New Jersey piers. He also has a question about the BGW quick queue, too.

sue hernandez has a straightforward question for Six Flags fans: Flash Pass or not in August 2010?

Vishnu Tiruttani asks Southern California theme park fans for their advice: Disney California Adventure or Sea world to pick from?

James Rao offers up a trip report from a recent theme park outing in Six Flags Saint Louis Revisited.

Ryan B asks about interesting places that you've Driven right past on a road trip?

Readers' Opinions

From Joshua Counsil on June 29, 2010 at 11:08 AM
"Javier Rivera" is disturbingly close to "Jake Rivers".
From James Rao on June 29, 2010 at 12:48 PM
Yeah, but he is a lot more like the Jake Rivers we always wanted on this site: eloquent, thoughtful, considerate, and with both of his middle fingers removed at birth! =)

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