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What Kind of Amusement Parks Have You Been to?

Discussion in 'Community Hangout' started by April_Rose, Aug 11, 2020.

  1. April_Rose

    April_Rose Well-Known Member

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    For me I've only been to three major amusement parks. Walt Disneyworld, Cedar Point, and Kennywood. I really want to go to Universal though, because they have The Wizarding World of Harry Potter located there. :D
     
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  2. christine40

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    took our daughter to WDW when she was younger
    we didn't tell her we were going there until we were driving into parking lot....so it was a complete surprise!
     
  3. tampasteve

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    I live in FL, so I have been to all of the parks in Orlando and Busch Gardens here in Tampa. Outside of that I have also been to Disney Paris, Universal Studios Hollywood, Knox berry Farms, and we are hoping to go to Dollywood later this year. We used to have passes to the Disney parks here, but they are expensive and we gave them up a couple of years ago.
     
  4. April_Rose

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    Really? That's awesome!! :D I've been there quite a few times myself when I was younger. :)
     
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    Why does it seem like fast passes are a lot harder to come by then just simply paying for them? And not like I would want to go right now anyways,.. but Disney has gotten SO (even more so) expensive that you pretty much need an arm and a leg to plan a vacation there today.
     
  6. tampasteve

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    Yeah, it's pretty crazy expensive. I don't pay for the fast passes, the most I have done is make a breakfast reservation at a restaurant in the park so you can get in early. We book the passes on the app for what we can, but often those are booked up very fast because the people staying in Disney hotels get first dibs (which I understand it as a perk for staying there).

    But the hotels are CRAZY expensive, so that's not really an option. Florida residents get a discount, but it is still over $100 a day just to get it.
     
  7. christine40

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  8. Isilwen

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    Like Tampasteve I too am in Florida, but I am half between Orlando and Tampa. I have been to all the parks here with my favorite being SeaWorld. We have annual passes for there that we won't drop. They will stay $42 for four passes for as long as we keep them. Too good of a deal to give up. My parents bought myself, my girlfriend and her son the current deal for Universal Studios. We have had an annual pass for there as well as Disney.

    I am also from the North and have been to Dorney Park in Allentown, PA as well as Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, NJ.
     
  9. Isilwen

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    We absolutely love Harry Potter at Universal Studios. The three of us have the interactive wands as well.
     
  10. April_Rose

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    You should come with us to our virtual trip to Disneyland. It's absolutely free, no waiting in lines, and NO worrying about Covid-19. :D (Oh and btw, that's going to start next Monday I just haven't picked a time yet.)
     
  11. April_Rose

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    And no I've never been to Disneyland just Disneyworld.
     
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