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Gumball Rally - Advice from Veterans & Questions from Newbies

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  • #16
    Re: Gumball Rally - Advice from Veterans &amp; Questions from Newbies

    One thing that sets Gumball Rally apart from other Disney fan competitions is that there is no advantage gained by ignoring the other participants. Once you are in line, you can't do much (besides some basic planning) to improve your chances of success.

    From my past experiences, I would suggest that you use these times of forced inactivity to play with any other teams in your area. This part is the most fun for me -- cheering on other teams as they walk past, chatting with those stuck in line with you, etc.

    As others have said, yes: plan your strategy ahead (and be prepared to change it), stay hydrated, and bring snacks. But above all, take the time to enjoy yourself. After all, isn't that why we're all here?
    proud member of Rally team It Doesn't Matterhorn, winners of the 2012 Team Spirit award

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    • #17
      Re: Gumball Rally - Advice from Veterans &amp; Questions from Newbies

      As Team Pink Elephants, my daughter and I have done the Rally every year since year one! My favorite tips are travel light, comfortable shoes and small snacks you can carry in a purse. Most questions are easy, although a few are a little tricky. Our one tradition in the last couple of years is to stop and eat at McDonalds on our way to Hojos for the after party. We usually book a room at Howard Johnson's- then we don't have to do much walking after the party! Most important--have fun!

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