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  • [Chat] Can DLR support the MyMagic+ system?

    In light of Al's recent article, the whole MyMagic ordeal has got me thinking. Can DLR support the system? Despite both bearing the name "Disney", I think WDW and DLR are two incredibly different parks. WDW has several parks, each with a sizeable fastpass network, numerous restaurants, and a decent sized attraction based. DLR, on the other hand, is a lot smaller, and, despite not exactly lacking in the attraction area, simply does not offer as much as WDW does.

    Although the MyMagic seems like a universal concept that can be utilized at all of Disney's parks, I don't really think it would be successful in this case.

    What do you think?

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    Re: Can DLR support the MyMagic+ system?

    It would work.
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      Re: Can DLR support the MyMagic+ system?

      With 1 million APs what will this be unfair for them if they can't get tickets on the day of or even a week before. So what if AP just reserve tickets for everything before hotel guests get to them...This could cause a lot of issues.
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        Re: Can DLR support the MyMagic+ system?

        Originally posted by brianpinsky View Post
        With 1 million APs what will this be unfair for them if they can't get tickets on the day of or even a week before.
        Why would an Annual Passholder need an entrance ticket?
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          Re: Can DLR support the MyMagic+ system?

          Im wondering what the effects would be during seasons like now when a large portion of the rides and attractions are under refurbishment.

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          • #6
            Re: Can DLR support the MyMagic+ system?

            Originally posted by calsig31 View Post
            Why would an Annual Passholder need an entrance ticket?
            I'm pretty sure they meant FP tickets.

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              Re: Can DLR support the MyMagic+ system?

              I'm not in favor of reserving a bloody Fastpass. I can bet a lot of other people aren't in favor of something like that either. I don't see it working here.
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                Re: Can DLR support the MyMagic+ system?

                Originally posted by jasmineray View Post
                I'm not in favor of reserving a bloody Fastpass. I can bet a lot of other people aren't in favor of something like that either. I don't see it working here.
                Bingo.

                Of course, Disney won't sell it to consumers by convincing them what it does. They'll sell it to consumers by convincing them how it makes them look and feel.
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                  Re: Can DLR support the MyMagic+ system?

                  Just wait until Potterland opens...so I can just go there instead of somehow trying to ride rides at Disneyland but all of them being booked
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                    Re: Can DLR support the MyMagic+ system?

                    Originally posted by Mr Wiggins View Post
                    Bingo.

                    Of course, Disney won't sell it to consumers by convincing them what it does. They'll sell it to consumers by convincing them how it makes them look and feel.
                    Exactly.
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                      Re: Can DLR support the MyMagic+ system?

                      Originally posted by JerrodDRagon View Post
                      Just wait until Potterland opens...so I can just go there instead of somehow trying to ride rides at Disneyland but all of them being booked
                      :clap: Yes!
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                        Re: Can DLR support the MyMagic+ system?

                        Originally posted by JerrodDRagon View Post
                        Just wait until Potterland opens...so I can just go there instead of somehow trying to ride rides at Disneyland but all of them being booked
                        Although I think the Disneyland Resort is currently in great shape,
                        the next big thing I'm most looking forward to is the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Hollywood.

                        And since WDW thinks they can take me for granted
                        and not keep up the pace of the parade of wonders they created in the 70s, 80s, and 90s,
                        we'll probably visit great natural parks & exciting cities instead of WDW.
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                          Re: Can DLR support the MyMagic+ system?

                          Originally posted by JerrodDRagon View Post
                          Just wait until Potterland opens...so I can just go there instead of somehow trying to ride rides at Disneyland but all of them being booked
                          I think this kinda piggybacks what I mentioned earlier. What happens during the offseason, or times of heavy refurbishment, when a lot of attractions are closed? What will there be left for the average guest when the remaining attractions are all booked?

                          Im sure Those who utilize the system will probably like it, but im betting there'll be an equal or greater amount of disgruntled guests who will at least consider taking their money elsewhere.

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                            Re: Can DLR support the MyMagic+ system?

                            Excessively Easily.


                            There are so few DLR hotel guests in the parks they would barely take any FPs in advance.

                            APHs can take part in MyMagic+ too.


                            My Magic+ is far more than FP reservations.
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                              Re: Can DLR support the MyMagic+ system?

                              Originally posted by theworldneedscolor View Post
                              I'm pretty sure they meant FP tickets.
                              Even if that's what he meant, who says that they won't be able to have reserved fastpasses as well as the hotel guests?
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