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MessageTopic: Disneyland California: attractiontickets.com, Hopper and Wheelchair Disneyland California: attractiontickets.com, Hopper and Wheelchair Horlog11Yesterday at 23:03

Hello everyone,
We are going to Los Angeles in August (after a canceled stay in 2020, like many of you, I have the impression!).
I am much less to the point than all of you on this park, the acronyms, the operation, etc… Your messages are funny to read, they look like coded messages Disneyland California: attractiontickets.com, Hopper and Wheelchair 1f600

We are planning two days for Disney (weekdays).

I have some questions:
– Has anyone ever tested attractiontickets.com? The prices are much the same as on the official site, but it allows payment in euros via the Irish version, if I understood correctly.

– Hopper: I understood the principle, but do we really go from one park to another every day? In Paris, when you go there for 2 days, you do the main park for a whole day, the Studios a large part of the 2nd and you end up with the main park. How are you doing in Anaheim?

– Has anyone ever done these parks in a wheelchair? I have the impression that there is not the same system as in Paris (with the “priority” card). We queue normally or we are given an appointment. Is that right? I’m trying to see if Genie+ is useful or not in our case.

Merci !

polo85

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MessageSubject: Re: Disneyland California: attractiontickets.com, Hopper and wheelchair Disneyland California: attractiontickets.com, Hopper and Wheelchair Horlog11Yesterday at 23:41

-attractiontickets.com you can go there without worries the site is serious Wink

-In Anaheim you do as you want, unlike Paris the 2 parks are more “complete” in theory it takes more than a day for each park (obviously depending on your desires). In practice in your case there is no need to hopper, afterwards according to your desires to see.

-I don’t know the principle for people with reduced mobility, but if it’s like WDW, that’s right, the CM gives you an hour’s return depending on the waiting time, on the other hand, I’m pretty sure you don’t have not priority access like it is done at DLP.


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