Comments for HUGE Crowds Flood Disneyland, Guests Wait Hours as ‘Star Wars’ Attraction Enacts Standby Queue

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  1. KevinY

    I prefer standby.

  2. BevC

    We were there this morning and in my opinion, the virtual queue is more organized. We got to experience this last July and it was so well-thought of. Today, it was complete chaos.

  3. George

    Was there 2 weeks ago and got into the virtual queue for RotR on the noon offering, then waited until about 4:30 to get our ride.

    Definitely liked the virtual queue, as I would not wait 2.5 hours for any ride, and we were able to stay busy all day doing other things.

    As a comparison, we rode Webslinger twice, not waiting more than 45 minutes either time in the stand-by line.

    Not really interested in spending an extra $20 just to use what would have been a fast pass line. Unfortunately Disney is penny pinching me out of going. Used to be a Signature+ AP and would go 4 – 5 times a year. Now I don’t think I’ll be going more than every two to three years.

  4. Sebastian Hale

    I don’t want there to be a standby or a virtual queue for the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique nor the Royal Hall, which are Disney attractions, especially when the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique becomes available for makeovers again and when the Royal Hall becomes available for meet and greets with Ariel, Snow White and Cinderella again, which could be this early April, when the whole pandemic stops.

  5. The Real Nobody

    You couldn’t pay me to go there. What is that cattle drive? People are paying for this privilege? I remember when this place was fun and whimsical.

  6. Amber

    Does anyone have any idea when Genie+ is actually coming to Disneyland? We are supposed to be there at the end of December and was really hoping to be able to utilize it (we’ve used the old version–MaxPass–at Disneyland in the past and loved it).

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