Knott's Berry Farm introduces line-cutting pass

Posted Thursday, December 30, 2010 12:07 PM | Contributed by PhantomTails

Knott's Berry Farm has quietly begun offering a fee-based, line-cutting pass for some of its most popular roller coasters and thrill rides. The $40 Hate to Wait front-of-line pass get you bypass access one time for eight specific rides.

Read more from The LA Times.

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Monday, January 3, 2011 3:33 PM

Aamilj said:
P.S. What has been your favorite restaurant? I like Jiko and Boma at AKL.

Boma is wonderful, though the last time we went, it was just OK.

Citrico's at the Grand Floridian has been the best dining experience I've had there yet. The menu is highly similar to Jiko, with less African influence. I'd suggest you give it a shot.

What about resorts? We are in love with Coronado Springs. Such a peaceful place, the next time I'm there, I'm going to skip the parks altogether for one day, just to relax at the resort.

Monday, January 3, 2011 4:30 PM

NO! NO! You're wrong! And You're diguesting! It's Epcot!

Monday, January 3, 2011 4:51 PM

If you're going old school, then don't you need to refer to it as EPCOT Center?

You're a half-assed purist at best! :)

Monday, January 3, 2011 5:01 PM

Yeah, if he were a real purist, I'm sure he'd have mentioned WestCOT by now ;).

Monday, January 3, 2011 5:16 PM

The best dining adventure I've had at the Floridian is Victoria and Albert's - No other snobbery and luxury ever tasted so good!

Jacket required 2.5 hour 6 course meal - with exclusive "Victoria and Albert servers" (2 per table).

No CHILDREN (under 10) allowed!

Loved it! ;-)

Monday, January 3, 2011 5:26 PM

What about resorts? We are in love with Coronado Springs.

This is like picking your favorite child. I'm in the DVC so I tend to stay at those resorts. Heck, I can make an argument that POP is as convenient and fun as any of them (though a lack of a hot tub is not good for my relaxation). We almost always take one day to travel to a couple of the resorts, so I have been to them all, even if I have not stayed at all of them.

I own at Jamba House AKL...and I love this is probably my favorite. But I have two other 1A's...Wilderness Lodge and the Polynesian. Anything with Tiki Torches usually does it for me...and I still drop my jaw every time I look up at the ceiling of Wilderness Lodge's lobby.

But can you really go wrong staying on site?

Monday, January 3, 2011 5:43 PM

I want to join the DVC, but it's just not going to happen yet. :( One of these days, I'm going to rent some points and stay that way, but I'm really in love with Coronado.

I'm not a fan of the values. They're great if you just want a place to crash, but for a week or so of vacation, it just doesn't cut it for me.

Monday, January 3, 2011 6:12 PM

I guess I'll see how Coronado is in 2 weeks :-).

Monday, January 3, 2011 6:31 PM

Yup. I told Matt that was the way to go. I know you won't have a whole lot of time for the resort, but after park closing, the hammocks on the white sand are REALLY nice to lounge in, and the pool/hot tub is open all night.

There's also a club in the lobby, called RIX Lounge, which, if it stays busy enough, will stay open late enough for you to hang out for a bit.

Monday, January 3, 2011 7:40 PM

The value resorts, well, Pop Century, anyway, is the only place I've stayed on my last four trips. Despite being a hotel snob, I just don't find myself spending any time at the hotel. Even when Diana was pregnant, we didn't see much of the hotel with our eyes open. I actually intended to stay at Grand Floridian that trip, and I ended up changing because it seemed like it would be a waste.

Now when Simon is in tow, in another couple of years, we'll definitely stay at a nicer place, because there will be more hotel time. That's why we're staying at Royal Pacific at Universal this winter... easy access, great pool, plenty of places to eat within walking distance.

Monday, January 3, 2011 7:48 PM

I guess I'll see how Coronado is in 2 weeks :-).

You suck! I really mean it this time! :) That is salt in the eye while the rest of us are working!

P.S. Raven...if you have young kids and use the dining plan...POP is awesome for their food court set-up. You have to go through there to get to transportation anyhow. Factor that in with the cost savings...? Like I say...they all have their pluses and double pluses... Coronado also has an awesome food court (my favorite?). I love it! However, for picky little ones it might (could?) be a bit too upscale.

We could talk all day. If you buy into DVC...go used route and save some dough!

Monday, January 3, 2011 9:01 PM

I agree with buying used timeshares. We don't own DVC but have access through RCI now. The first week we were offered was in the neighborhood of $20k but we didn't pay nearly that. Now that we can get into DVC properties I'm really looking forward to our next WDW vacation.


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