I am working on a plan for Epcot on Mar 27. When I add a lightning lane for Frozen Ever After the return time is almost immediate. I was obtaining it at 11:03am and it has the return at 11:30. I have tried multiple other times with similar results. It doesn’t seem possible that the return could be that fast for this attraction. Any chance this is a glitch of some sort?
That doesn’t seem right at all. They may not even be available by 11am. I’ll be there on the Thursday before you and it should be a somewhat comparable day. I’ve done a bunch of research to find days on Thrill Data that would be similar. The best I can come up with are the 2 weeks before Halloween. I have not looked at any dates in 2023 because I like to also pick days with similar weather as I think this effects things. According to what I see, if you find an LL at that time your return time will be in the evening. If you are lucky to catch a drop, you may get something earlier but I would still bank on 1-3 pm at the earliest and that would be a big IF.
Edit: changed October to Halloween- that’s what I meant
Yup. Something isn’t right. On a medium crowd day in October at around 9:30 am I got a 2:40 pm Frozen Ever After LL.
This is from Becky, who writes for TouringPlans, so yes, it does sound like a LL you’re trying to obtain at 11:00 would be for later in the day, no matter what the crowd level.
Thanks everybody. I knew it had to be wrong. It makes me wonder how accurate the touring plans will be when using Genie+. Obviously having a big attraction return off by hours will throw off the rest of the day. I have had such great success with touring plans prior to Genie+. Maybe this is just a little glitch that will get addressed. But I’m a little nervous about how much to trust to put in my plans now! Anybody have experience with how accurate touring plans has been with return times?