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Unread 16 Jun 19, 05:35 PM  
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So Im thinking the new tiers (from 29th Aug) is bound to make it easier to get a slinky FP. Am I right?
Its just most comments/feedback Ive seen on this seems to be negative, which I get if you ride RnR & TOT but for us wimps who only want slinky this must be a good thing. Hopefully getting FPs nearer to 60 days rather than 65.
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What are the new tiers? I must have missed that they are changing.
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What are the new tiers? I must have missed that they are changing.
RnR & TOT are moving to tier 1 from 29th Aug leaving StarvTours as the only ride in tier 2.
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RnR & TOT are moving to tier 1 from 29th Aug leaving StarvTours as the only ride in tier 2.
Oh nooooo! Theyre our 2 favourites!
I should think it will split the crowds a bit in regards to slinky though as for us we would only try and get 1FP for it now and go for the others on our other days.

Thanks for the info. We book our FPs on 19th August so assume itll stop us going for RnR and TOT
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Hard to predict due to the possible GE effect as you could have the park "rammed" everyday so more people to take those T1's. For us it will be TSM,SDD was ok but on which we enjoyed more it would be TSM
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Originally Posted by elle10 View Post
So Im thinking the new tiers (from 29th Aug) is bound to make it easier to get a slinky FP. Am I right?
In theory, yes. With RnRC and ToT also being tier 1 attractions from the end of August, some people may be tempted to book one of those as their tier 1 fastpass instead and thus increase SDD's availability.

However, as Shooby says above, GE will lead to an overall increase of visitors to the park. That means more people getting fastpasses in general, counteracting the above.

We'll have to wait and see.
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Is there a third tier ? Or will it mean 2 from first tier and 1 from second ?
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Is there a third tier ? Or will it mean 2 from first tier and 1 from second ?
1 from the first tier, 2 from second.
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