Ever since Toy Story Land opened earlier this summer in Disney's Hollywood Studios at the Walt Disney World Resort, getting reservation times to ride its two new attractions have been among the top Fastpass+ goals for many Disney visitors.
So of course now Disney is offering an alternative for guests who are willing to pay extra to get a no- or low-wait-time visit in the resort's newest land. Disney World is extending its Early Morning Magic program for Disney's Hollywood Studios guests, allowing them 90 minutes of extra time in the land for $79 plus tax per adult and $69 per child (ages 3 to 9).
Unlike the Disney After Hours event we wrote about last week, this is not a hard-ticket event that is separate from regular park admission. You must have a DHS ticket in addition to the Early Morning Magic to get into the park for the extra time. But Disney is also throwing in a breakfast to help make the value proposition more appealing to visitors.
The event starts at 7:30 am on select Mondays and Wednesdays (as not to conflict with the Extra Magic Hours that Disney's on-site hotel guests at no extra charge). That gets you 90 minutes of reduced crowd time in the land to ride the Slinky Dog Dash family roller coaster, Alien Swirling Saucers spinner ride, and Toy Story Mania before the park opens officially to everyone at 9am.
Breakfast will be served for participating guests at the ABC Commissary between 8:30-10am, so the strategic play here would be to ride as much as you can or care to first, then hit up the breakfast after the park opens and the land fills with day guests.
Note that the ABC Commissary is not located in Toy Story Land, where the only eatery is the walk-up Woody's Lunchbox window. The spread will include a choice of breakfast entree, along with a buffet of yogurt, cereal, fruit, and pastries so that you can eat as much value as possible before heading back into the park for the rest of your day.Tweet
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