Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

week between Christmas and New Year

Collapse

Ad Widget

Collapse
This topic is closed.
X
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • [Chat] week between Christmas and New Year

    Hello everyone, just a little friendly reminder that this upcoming next 10 days or so is historically Disneylands buissiest week of the year. Usually you'll see Disneyland hit capacity on some of the days. Price hikes this past year might affect crowd levels but I do doubt that will happen, its always busy the week between. Just thought I'd send out a mayday warning. Bring patience, and try to keep a smile on your face and be polite, its when the crowd levels rocket that alot of people tend to go crazy, haha

  • #2
    Re: week between Christmas and New Year

    im going the 26!
    hopefully im going to be happy all the day

    Comment


    • #3
      Re: week between Christmas and New Year

      Originally posted by Carlo View Post
      im going the 26!
      hopefully im going to be happy all the day
      Bring plenty of patience, understanding and good cheer. The outcome begins with you. And have plenty of fun too.
      I'll take a large Tea Cup with a side of Casey Jr. And when will all the construction finally end?

      )):smart:
      :smart::geek::geek::wave::wave:

      Comment


      • #4
        Re: week between Christmas and New Year

        I attended earlier this year on July the 4th. Obviously the next week will be much worst attendance wise. But I found the 4th to be a rather enjoyable experience with low waiting times. Cars Land has been credited with balancing the crowds out. So this is really going to challenge both Parks. But if the crowds balance out like over Summer. This could really result in solid numbers for Disney and crowd free conditions for the Parks.
        Follow me on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/malin1804

        Comment


        • #5
          Re: week between Christmas and New Year

          As of now, reports are steady at low crowd levels and short wait times, except for the usual suspects, who's lines are always expected.

          Comment

          Ad Widget

          Collapse
          Working...
          X