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Tempratt
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Disney World?
I'm planning on signing up for DW in December.

The sooner the better or the restaurants we want will have be booked up.

Does anyone think they'll be open next year?
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re: Disney World?
There is a travel board


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Will Cover
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re: Disney World?
You will have the haters tell you it is a bad idea. Waiting in long lines. Overpriced theme parks. Hotel prices as high as a giraffe’s pussy. And I haven’t even mentioned food, drinks or concessions yet.

However, if you have a young family, it can be worth it. I remember when we brought our children and they thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Worn out. Daily. But they enjoyed themselves and our enjoyment came from watching them in awe.

That said, with COVID, no way I’d go today. I’m not wearing a mask outdoors. I won’t. And Disney is a stickler for wearing masks. Factor in all of the above and for me, the value even with making memories is not there at this time.


TDsngumbo
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Of course they'll be open next year. They've already reopened with a mask requirement and less capacity.


WHS
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Dude.... people are on the streets passing out with covid and millions are dead and you want to go to Disney World?????


I am just kidding this BS virus needs to go away! Ans, to answer your question ..... idk but have fun!



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Tempratt
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LSU316
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re: Disney World?
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That said, with COVID, no way I’d go today. I’m not wearing a mask outdoors. I won’t. And Disney is a stickler for wearing masks. Factor in all of the above and for me, the value even with making memories is not there at this time.


I'm with you....BUT I've heard from several people that have went since it opened back up that it was the best Disney experience they have ever had.

I'd still be skeptical to try it.


Tempratt
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Of course they'll be open next year.



Well, they were open last year until this covid shite came up.


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TheeRealCarolina
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The lines are very short except for the big ticket rides.

Skip Epcot.


Stexas
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FYI- it's gonna suck. We went in October and it was too crowded Masks are strictly enforced at all times, and wait times were routinely 45-90 minutes....


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with COVID, no way I’d go today. I’m not wearing a mask outdoors. I won’t. And Disney is a stickler for wearing masks. Factor in all of the above and for me, the value even with making memories is not there at this tim


This is what I was thinking. Disney is definitely offering no discounts but you aren't getting close to the entire experience. Hell, they just had to layoff almost all of their live performers for all of the shows.

If they were charging 30-40% less, I could see going but now full price for a Covid Disney.


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TDsngumbo
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Skip Epcot.

I'm not a big fan of Epcot or Animal Kingdom.


lsut2005
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I'd rather spend a week in Biloxi at the beach over Disney... to each his own though. Disney just seems horrible.. liberal AF, crowded, overpriced, obesity rampant, trashy ppl, cheesy. Not my cup of tea but it's your money and time, so you do you baw!!!!
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I'm with you....BUT I've heard from several people that have went since it opened back up that it was the best Disney experience they have ever had.



I have a relative that goes to Disney atleast once, sometimes twice a year. They just went 2 weeks ago and the park was practically empty, short/no lines, even saying on some of the rides they were able to get off, go right back through the line, and get right back on the ride 3-4 times in a row. They took a family picture sitting down in the center of Main Street with the castle in the background and there's not a single other person in the picture. I couldn't believe how empty it was.


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Hangit
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They've already reopened with a mask requirement and less capacity.



And less workers, actors, management, and other cast members.


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whatchamacallit
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If you are planning to go this December, the restaurants worth going to are already booked up.


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Tempratt
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not a big fan of Epcot


Personally I’d like to see EPCOT get rid of all that cultural shite and concentrate on science and the future.


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TheeRealCarolina
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Animal Kingdom’s lines weren’t bad at all. Hollywood Studios has the longest lines right now, but their most popular ride does a designated time system. Can’t speak for Magic Kingdom.

Universal is kicking Disney’s arse right now.


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LSU
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re: Disney World?
We're scheduled to go in March. Certainly hoping for some version of the FastPass to return, or the long lines are gonna suck.


TheeRealCarolina
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If you want to have a FastPass right now you have to stay at a Disney owned property. I’ve heard conflicting info on how fast passes are being distributed (number and the priority), but if you aren’t staying at one of their properties, forget it.


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