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Postby robbalvey » Wed Sep 19, 2007 5:30 am

^^We get a notice as soon as you initiate the eCheque. You're 'in' at that point unless we get a notice 7 days later that your money has been rejected!

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Postby eBen » Wed Sep 19, 2007 7:43 am

Mwahahahaha wanted to go round Germany next year anyway and look what TPR did, stuffed it full of weight gain 4000 and made it into a beefcake.

This looked so good i put my deposit in before getting to the end of this thread and making my 1st post

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Is there anywhere i can go to get to know the people ill hopefully be going with?

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Postby Wes » Wed Sep 19, 2007 7:46 am

eBen wrote:Is there anywhere i can go to get to know the people ill hopefully be going with?


There is a seperate subforum for each of the trips. If you get into the trip, you will be added to the forum.

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Postby TatsuTerror » Wed Sep 19, 2007 9:07 pm

Don't post much, but I'm interested in the trip...how much of a chance is there of getting in at this poing?

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Postby hyyyper » Wed Sep 19, 2007 9:55 pm

^yeah, i too'd like to know how many ppl from previous trip have signed up and how many '1st-timers' ?

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Postby KingOfNynex2003 » Thu Sep 20, 2007 1:47 am

This is for everyone on this thread. I am planning on coming to the East Coast USA trip next year and I was wondering if anyone on here would know the weight and size restrictions for the coasters at any of the parks we'd be visiting I have e-mailed each of these places almost a month ago asking them this same question and none of them have e-mailed me back yet and I doubt they ever will so if anyone on here could tell me if they know the weight or size restrictions any of these parks have that would be great.

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Postby coaster05 » Thu Sep 20, 2007 2:20 am

hyyyper wrote:^yeah, i too'd like to know how many ppl from previous trip have signed up and how many '1st-timers' ?


The people that handle this are in South Korea so I am thinking it will be a few days.

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Postby hyyyper » Thu Sep 20, 2007 4:13 am

KingOfNynex2003 wrote:This is for everyone on this thread. I am planning on coming to the East Coast USA trip next year and I was wondering if anyone on here would know the weight and size restrictions for the coasters at any of the parks we'd be visiting I have e-mailed each of these places almost a month ago asking them this same question and none of them have e-mailed me back yet and I doubt they ever will so if anyone on here could tell me if they know the weight or size restrictions any of these parks have that would be great.

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a lot of www.rcdb.com 's coasters also display the heigt requirments. I dunno about size, if you're have trouble getting into coasters in IE your home park, there might me some coaster you won't be able to ride. If you never had problems with size, you have problems now. (except on kiddies or other weird rides).

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Postby jynx242 » Thu Sep 20, 2007 4:52 am

^^ and then some

Here is my experience on the Mid-West trip last summer. If you put in a deposit, you have a pretty good chance of getting on the trip of your choice. Even if there is a waiting list, ALOT of people change their minds or change trips etc... Don't stress about it and just send your deposit.

As far as size requirements on the coasters - on the Midwest trip, the Intamin's at Cedar Point were the "worrying" points. It seems to me that alot of people that were worried about getting on them - got on. Keep an eye out here and I'm sure that some of them will post later to let you know.

I hope that this helped - also, let me assure you that these trips are a BLAST - so if you get the chance to go - take it.

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Postby Dragon Khan » Thu Sep 20, 2007 7:23 am

Hi ! This is just my second post, but it's an important one, at least for me ! I have just sent my deposit through paypal ! YEAH ! Now, I'll keep my fingers crossed to be in if a lottery is organized. Anyway, I have a question. I tried to find "echeck" on paypal, but the only thing I found under the "more funding options" was a spot to enter a four digit code, which I did. As English is not my mother tongue, could someone tell me if what I did on Paypal is alright or not ? I'd hate being refused on this trip because of a misunderstanding. any help would be appreciated. I could ask Robb or Elissa but want to leave them alone, knowing they're very busy in Asia right now.
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