Universal Plays Match Maker For Guests in Single Rider Lines

in Universal Orlando


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Universal Orlando Resort’s Twitter account is always a sure place to look if Guests need a chuckle, and one of their latest Tweets did not disappoint!

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As the theme parks at Universal are now returning to normal with mask mandates removed for vaccinated Guests, other aspects and offerings have returned to the parks as well. Many of the attractions at Universal Studios Florida and Island’s of Adventure have a single rider line, which is perfect for those who are traveling solo and don’t want to wait in a 60-minute line by themselves.

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Single rider lines often reduce the wait time for Guests, but during the pandemic, the lines were not available since parties were not seated with other parties due to social distancing. Now that Universal Orlando Resort no longer enforces social distancing, attractions have returned to fully loading ride vehicles, and single rider lines have returned!

It seems that Universal Orlando (@UniversalORL) wanted to promote the return of single rider lines with a hilarious Tweet!

Delete your dating apps and find someone the old fashioned way: the single rider line

Universal is seemingly promoting that solo Guests can come to Universal Orlando Resort and love by riding the single rider line! Although Universal uses Twitter to make many jokes, it would be a pretty cool story to say you met the love of your life while in line to ride Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure!

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In a world full of dating apps, Universal may be on to something with this idea!

Universal has also made some pretty funny Tweets regarding Guests and Disney in the past, which always sparks a conversation on their Twitter thread and gives Guests a connection to the theme park that replicates a fun friendship, which is unique to Universal. 

Would you ever spark up a conversation with someone in the single rider line at Universal Orlando Resort? Let us know in the comments below!

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