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  1. lara
    August 30, 2014

    Thanks Dave. So why do we need to get there so much earlier than someone just turning up to the show who has a window up to 10 mins before the show? What are the benefits of FP+ for this?
    Cheers
    Lara

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    • Dave
      September 3, 2014

      Lara, much better seats…the FP+ just guarantees you can get in at a defined time…

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  2. Eric
    August 29, 2014

    Lara-the Frozen sing a long is NOT worth the time honestly! It is merely the version you saw in the theater likely where you get to sing a long and there are two people who were hosting. Anna and Elsa pop in a couple of times on stage, but it was very disappointing, as we thought there would be a “show!” Just my two cents worth.

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  3. Lara
    August 28, 2014

    Hi Dave,
    Just read your latest here on Frozen – thanks so much for being so up to date!!
    Have just changed one of our tier 2 FP+ to the Frozen sing along thanks I had no idea that they had made that a FP+ and as we are going on what is supposedly the last day 28th Sept and have to fit things around our Gospel Brunch it is much appreciated. Little confused though as the time I was given for FP+ was arrive between 3.25 – 3.40pm. What time do you think the show will therefore start? And with FP+ is it just guaranteeing us to get into show (not guaranteeing good seats?)

    Also, any word on why Maelstrom is not a FP+ or do you think it will be added again later as no word from Disney that it is closing?

    Thanks!!
    Lara

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    • Dave
      August 30, 2014

      Lara, that’s for the 4p show. The rumor on Maelstrom is that it is being closed for conversion to a Frozen-themed ride.

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