10/12?! Dude, expect at LEAST 2 hour lines for all three! I mean, it IS Fright Fest. DV will probably be 4 hours, V2 will be 2, and RB will be 2 as well. Good luck man... you're gonna need it.
Take it up a notch, Mr. Operator! I wanna feel my brains in my feet!
actually, even with RB running all three trains, the line still streatches to the entrance of SW Territory at times. V2 will probably have a similar line. DV will probably have its normal line, but fear not, the line moves much faster than you'd think and a lot of people leave once they hear the ride is broken (ususally happens every 45 minutes and stays down for 5 to 10).
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SFGA Bob said:
actually, even with RB running all three trains, the line still streatches to the entrance of SW Territory at times.
I haven't seen Raging Bull's line stretch that far for the past 2 seasons! The most you will have to wait for Bull is probally 45 min. to an hour with 3 trains running. If you go on a Sunday crowds will be alot lighter.
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He meant during fright fest exclusively.
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Well, Shockwave's not running, and believe me, that DOES matter.
There has been a noticable change in the wait times for Bull on days pre and post 'Shockwave-gate.' I was there within 4 days of the closing (once when it was up, once down), and the lines were much longer during the latter visit. In fact, since then, the lines for Bull have been longer than I've seen them in the past two years.
That said, Fright Fest last year wasn't terrible, though I did only ride, like, 2 things (DV and something else...) and Bull wasn't one of them, so I'm really not able to use that to gauge anything. I normally don't go during FF.
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