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  • Questions concerning Millionaire and Magic Mornings

    I have two questions for anyone out there:

    1. Is Millionaire at DCA closed permanently? Or is it just opened seasonally like some of the WDW attractions are?

    2. Is Magic Mornings coming back? Al Lutz alludes to the notion that Magic Mornings were returning in January in this article:

    Originally posted by Al
    Many of the changes Matt Ouimet and TDA's marketing department will be making in the new 2005 fiscal year is to refocus the Resort's efforts on impressing the big-spending guests staying in the three Disney hotels in Anaheim. And one of the ways they'll be doing that is by bringing back the popular "Magic Morning" early entry programs for guests staying at the Disney hotels or those who have purchased their vacation packages through the Walt Disney Travel Company. Currently, the plan is to bring back Magic Mornings for hotel guests beginning in January, 2005 and fine tune the program a bit during the winter months before they move forward in force with an early entry program for the 50th.
    So has this come true? Or are we still waiting for MM to be started up again? I'm taking a trip to DL in March, and would like to start planning for the parks, so any information regarding this would be really helpful.
    Trivia: On April Fool's Day 2004, Disneyland guests found -- at the insistence of the board of directors -- the gigantic dragon featured in Fantasmic replaced with a gigantic Roy Disney (leading to a reprimand to the cast member playing Mickey Mouse when he hugged the giant instead of fighting it)

  • #2
    ok, here we go:

    1) Millionnaire is closed permanently and will not return in its current form.

    2) Magic Mornings have returned on certain days of the week (usually 9am general opening days or 10am general opening days, to allow Early Entry guests in at 8am or 9am respectively). It should also be noted that NOT ALL HOTEL GUESTS GET EARLY ENTRY AUTOMATICALLY! It is included with certain ticket packages and is printed on the admission ticket itself. Only certain attractions are available during early entry.
    -"We can see a new horizon...built on all that we have done..and our dreams begin another thousand circles 'round the sun!"
    -- Epcot: Illuminations "Reflections of Earth"

    -"...Each dream that you chase, each wish you embrace can lead to a fabulous faraway place...!"
    --DCA: World Of Color

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    • #3
      Ok thanks a lot.

      One more thing: do you know which ticket packages Magic Mornings is included in? Just wondering so I know what tickets to buy.
      Trivia: On April Fool's Day 2004, Disneyland guests found -- at the insistence of the board of directors -- the gigantic dragon featured in Fantasmic replaced with a gigantic Roy Disney (leading to a reprimand to the cast member playing Mickey Mouse when he hugged the giant instead of fighting it)

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      • #4
        Basically any 3 day or more Multi-Day ParkHopper bought in advance by itself, or as part of a package. (The "Bonus" tickets at Disneyland.com)

        http://disneyland.disney.go.com/disn...ketListingPage

        Also, the Good Neighbor Hotel 3 and 4 day tickets come with the Early Entry.

        The Southern California CityPass tickets will come with Early Entry as of April 2005.

        Early Entry are currently being offered Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays, and basically it is the Fantasyland attractions that open early.

        Don't forget, you can always upgrade to an AP after you take advantage of the Early Entry if you plan a return visit to the parks in the next 12 months.
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