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RSR: Fastpass wait, then go wait, adds up to more time waiting.

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  • [Chat] RSR: Fastpass wait, then go wait, adds up to more time waiting.

    I don't get it. I see people wait 30 minutes to get a FP then go back and wait 30 minutes to ride.

    The original standby was only 35-45minutes.


    ???





    Bad math?


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    Re: RSR: Fastpass wait, then go wait, adds up to more time waiting.

    The idea is you get to play in the park while you wait. As for me, I usually get all my fastpasses for the day before 1 PM and then just cash 'em all in towards the end of the day or when line ups are at their longest. Also I have never encountered a fastpass line of 30 minutes, maybe 20 minutes but only very rarely.

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      Re: RSR: Fastpass wait, then go wait, adds up to more time waiting.

      Originally posted by Sorcerer's Apprentice View Post
      I don't get it. I see people wait 30 minutes to get a FP then go back and wait 30 minutes to ride.

      The original standby was only 35-45minutes.
      I see you point the 30+30 > 35 or 45.

      Look at a more common case.
      15 minute to get the FP, 15 to wait in the FP return queue and the line was 200 or lately 100 minutes. 15+15 < 100 or 200.

      Sure some people spend there rope drop queueing for the FP instead of sleeping or eating or shopping, but most people show up later than 30 minutes early. The RSR standby line has rarely been as low as 35-45 minutes.
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