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  • Single Rider Lines

    I searched for this on the forum, but I didn't see any topics about it.

    I was wondering which attractions in Walt Disney World feature single rider lines. In addition, how does one utilized these lines?

    Thanks,
    pvcoasterguy

  • #2
    Re: Single Rider Lines

    Test track. Mission space... am um.. hmm.... Expedition Everest (soarin has one not used..)

    can;t think of any others... you get a ticket at Everest and go through it.. then give the ticket at the end.. and then ride with a complete stranger.. or sometimes with friend.. if your lucky...

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    • #3
      Re: Single Rider Lines

      Do you simply ask the cast member at the Fastpass machines for a single rider ticket and go throught the Fastpass Entrance? Or, is there a seperate entrance for single riders? How do you obtain the single rider ticket?

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      pvcoasterguy

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      • #4
        Re: Single Rider Lines

        Only Everest uses the ticket system. At Mission: SPACE and Test Track there is a queue that is seperate from both the Fast Pass and Stand-By lines. At Everest, last Wednesday, the guy was standing in front of the Fast Pass entrance next to a sign handing out the tickets. However, I only noticed him the third time I was heading on and I was a single rider all week.

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        • #5
          Re: Single Rider Lines

          Single lines are basically used to fill in any empty seats. 99.9% of the time you sit with complete strangers. The first time I rode Mission: Space I knew no one in the pod with me
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          • #6
            Re: Single Rider Lines

            Mission Space has a singles line, its too the left next to FP enterance.

            Everest you go to the FP enterance and say "single" they'll give you a ticket and halfway down the FP line you get in the singles line.

            Test Track...who knows where it is now...they've moved that queue around so many times...
            That actually might be it...wow. Though Space Mountain right still has the sign up from it's trial of single rider lines.

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            • #7
              Re: Single Rider Lines

              I usually go to the parks by myself so I use the single rider line wherever it's available. One time I went with my parents and my dad & I did Test Track via single rider. We didn't care if we sat together or not... we just wanted to ride the thing!

              I've done the single rider at Universal too.

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              • #8
                Re: Single Rider Lines

                Originally posted by lazyboy97O
                Only Everest uses the ticket system. At Mission: SPACE and Test Track there is a queue that is seperate from both the Fast Pass and Stand-By lines. At Everest, last Wednesday, the guy was standing in front of the Fast Pass entrance next to a sign handing out the tickets. However, I only noticed him the third time I was heading on and I was a single rider all week.
                Every time I use Mission Space Single Riders, I still get a ticket. I give it right before I join my new family. Test Track is the only one that I believe does not use the single ticket.
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                • #9
                  Re: Single Rider Lines

                  Maybe they are only used when things are getting busy. The park was rather empty when I went.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Single Rider Lines

                    seems everyime I have ridden space mountain alone...i get jumped to the front. I thought this was a single ride 'line' also...I guess I am wrong. Oh, well, it could not hurt to try and see if they still pull single riders to the front.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Single Rider Lines

                      Originally posted by tloolgb
                      Test Track...who knows where it is now...they've moved that queue around so many times...
                      True. I remember when you walked up the left side of the building and entered an unmarked door. You kinda had to know it was there, which meant there was never a line - very very cool! Not the single line is right up front, just to the right of the standby entrance. It's got a big permanent sign. If the line is as long as just inside the building, the wait is about 20 minutes - still not bad.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Single Rider Lines

                        Originally posted by danyoung
                        True. I remember when you walked up the left side of the building and entered an unmarked door. You kinda had to know it was there, which meant there was never a line - very very cool! Not the single line is right up front, just to the right of the standby entrance. It's got a big permanent sign. If the line is as long as just inside the building, the wait is about 20 minutes - still not bad.
                        I remember that also...it always made you feel as if you were getting away with something. I had the same feeling when Fastpass first appeared. My dad, brother and I were using Fastpass on Space Mountain, and the handicap entrance ramp on the left was the fastpass ramp originally...A lot of angry looks, when people didn't know about Fastpass. Of course, the same thing happened with the front of the line pass given for winning the Adventureland Challenge. God, I miss that game...
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                        • #13
                          Re: Single Rider Lines

                          Originally posted by yoyoflamingo
                          I remember that also...it always made you feel as if you were getting away with something. I had the same feeling when Fastpass first appeared. My dad, brother and I were using Fastpass on Space Mountain, and the handicap entrance ramp on the left was the fastpass ramp originally...A lot of angry looks, when people didn't know about Fastpass. Of course, the same thing happened with the front of the line pass given for winning the Adventureland Challenge. God, I miss that game...
                          i remember those angry looks

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                          • #14
                            Re: Single Rider Lines

                            Originally posted by danyoung
                            True. I remember when you walked up the left side of the building and entered an unmarked door. You kinda had to know it was there, which meant there was never a line - very very cool! Not the single line is right up front, just to the right of the standby entrance. It's got a big permanent sign. If the line is as long as just inside the building, the wait is about 20 minutes - still not bad.
                            Lol I remember back when stand-by and Singles were outside...and only fastpass was inside (back when it was new) so you had this massive cool queue to run through while everyone else waited outside in the sun.

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