Hokey Pokey with MK/Tron and HS

:rofl: I’m easily confused so it’s possible I’m wrong. But that wording still looks identical to all the previous VQ’s so far.

7am you need an APR for the park the ride is in but don’t need to be in the park.

1pm you need to be in the park the ride is in (or as has been proven at least tapped in before 1pm)

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And I could be confused by now as well, but I know that we had identified some variable verbiage between the current VQ for Tron and previous VQs.

But whatever I hope it works out for everyone and that everyone gets to ride.

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So, interesting data points on park availability for today:

6:59am: MK sold out, others available
7:02am: All parks available
7:49am: MK sold out, others available
7:59am: All parks available

After the official Tron launch on April 4, I’ll try to keep tabs on the availability between 6:59 and 7:05 (the relevant time slot for doing the Hokey Pokey).

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Having seen reports of people being turned away because they were late to their BG for TRON I think this strategy is risky.

If your BG is called before the park hopping time (2pm) then you’ll be SOL for riding.

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Yeah, I probably won’t try it if this policy continues after the soft open. But it might not.

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I’m fairly convinced that “no plan survives first contact” is doubly true for Disney. :thinking:

Flexibility is my motto.

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Exactly. I’ll have plans A through C.

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Agree this would make me nervous but I also tend to followings rules lol

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Optimist :smile::grin::wink:

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This is me, too. I am a Rule Follower. I’m also too scared to try to HP between HS and MK to even try that sorcery. I don’t want to mess up my family plans. I guess if I went alone I could deal with it.

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I’m with you. Very risky. Plus it can mess up the whole system if too many people do it. Suddenly there are too many resources in one park and not enough in the other bc Disney was looking at park reservations when making decisions (not sure if that’s a thing or not).

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I’d guess very few people are now doing the Hokey Pokey for GotG, and very few will be doing it for Tron.

Much more likely to mess up Disney’s resource allocation: People reserving MK to try to get a Tron VQ (or reserving Epcot for GotG), not getting a VQ, then switching their reservation to a different park. I’d bet this is much more common than the Hokey Pokey (where you do get a VQ and then switch).

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Weren’t a lot of people doing it for RotR though? I kinda remember that was an issue or am I remembering things incorrectly. I don’t remember it for GotG, true.

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Ahhh, yes, I see the distinction.

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