BlahBlahson wrote:I do hope that there is opportunity to acquire a "walk-in" reservation, I have a strong disdain for any system that does not accommodate for those who don't have their lives in order to plan specific dates or time slots far in advance.
Well, Iger did say that the land is opening a month early, and for that month, an entry reservation is required. Think of this as a soft open.. because, that's basically how this seeming to operate.
Garet wrote: Although I wonder how many people will make the most of their time in the land and jump into the line 5 minutes before their time-slot is up.
This was my plan, but I saw on another credible site that they will not allow people to do this. Although how that will be enforced, and if so, when the cut of time would be, was not clear.
The same site said they do intended to offer single rider line, even for the previews, so that may be helpful if it pans out.
Simple: Cut off the line at whatever time they feel their hourly capacity can handle. If they know there's 5000 (or whatever the number is per reservation timeslot) people in the land, and their ride can only do 1500pph, you stop entry into the ride roughly an hour before the timeslot is over to ensure they cycle out on time.
Downtime will be the real wildcard. Do you allow those people to stay? Or do you just give them a bunch of readmits for rest of park and kick them out anyways?
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