Quick Queue includes express-entrance access to our thrill rides -- Journey to Atlantis, Kraken, and Wild Arctic – and early entry to each of our most popular shows – Believe (killer whale show), Clyde & Seamore Take Pirate Island (sea lion show), Blue Horizons (whale and dolphin show), Pets Ahoy at Seaport Theater, Shamu Rocks (nighttime killer whale show), and Sea Lions Tonight (nighttime sea lion show).
Also, guests can choose an extra ride – still getting the express entrance - on their choice of either Kraken, Journey to Atlantis or Wild Arctic.
As a bonus, Quick Queue holders can choose fast and free admission to one of the following – the Sky Tower, Xtreme Zone (rock climbing and bungee) or Paddle Boats.
A limited number of passes are sold each day, making sure Quick Queue stays a special experience.
Price is $29.95 per person (tax not included). Quick Queue is sold only at the park.
The test runs through Sept. 1.
Yep, Interesting stuff, I just purchased my Platinum Pass online with one feature being the preferred seating at shows and re-ride. Hopefully this won't change that.
Will be going to SeaWorld for a couple of hours tonight so I will check out any new queues that may be in place.
There really isn't anything else on this to add, except that this may have been the worst tims of year to launch it. The Americans have gone back to school and the Brits just don't buy "Fast" passes. I didn't see anyone using one...
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We normally stay onsite at Universal so you get fast pass access with your room key anyway. At Disney the system works fine for us. There's so much to do in between that it doesn't have be instant access.So having a designated return time is great.
So I'll be interested to see what develops at SeaWorld. They should introduce a free fast pass system for the rides and limited number priority seating for a couple of the shows but charging $30 is a bit steep and possibly unrealistic during an economic downturn.
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