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Josh D'Amaro: Virtual Queues Set Up "Next Era" of Park Experience - Inside the Magic

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  1. Adam

    The ability to book three fast passes and restaurants in advance at WDW was brilliant. We basically planned our whole trip around them. I was hoping the Genie app was going to expand that even more. Virtual queues are basically the same as the magic bands. It’s a great system. Having to be in a park at 7am to snag a pass, however, is not great as it’s random and then effects everything else you plan for you day such as meals and shows.

    1. Rachel

      Fast passes are the way to go. If virtual ques are used it’s not just Disney Resort guests using it. Please leave the one perk Disney World guests have alone. Bring back the fast passes. There are too many changes all the time. We want some consistency for at least a year before more changes.

  2. KevinY

    I’d rather see all stand-by lines personally. But if we must continue with virtual queue at the very least they should add a third time of day you can try to get a slot. 7 am is absurd. It should be like 8 am, 11 am, and 2 pm. And why not more?

  3. Rachel

    Fast passes are the way to go. If virtual ques are used it’s not just Disney Resort guests using it. Please leave the one perk Disney World guests have alone. Bring back the fast passes. There are too many changes all the time. We want some consistency for at least a year before more changes.

  4. Rachel

    Fast passes are the way to go. If virtual ques are used it’s not just Disney Resort guests using it. Please leave the one perk Disney World guests have alone. Bring back the fast passes. There are too many changes all the time. We want some consistency for at least a year before more changes. I hate being on my phone all day on my vacation. I prefer to use my phone for pictures and video.

  5. Marie

    I do not like virtual que. The chances of getting to ride are slim to none. I have already given up getting to ride ROTR, as everytime I have tried for a boarding pass I have been denied, and now I know I will not be trying for WebSlingers either. I would prefer stand by lines and let me decide if I want to stand in a 2+ hour line to ride a ride. When a virtual que system is in place they are not maximizing ride capacity as they are guessing how many guests they can get on in a hour and then only releasing that number of virtual spots in line.

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