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Disney super-fan reveals the best time of day for the shortest ride queues

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WHEN you go on a trip to Disney World, you normally expect to spend a significant portion of your day waiting in queues for rides.

But a Disney World super-fan has revealed the time of day with the shortest ride lines to help save you some precious time on your trip.

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A Disney World super-fan has revealed the time of day with the shortest ride lines to help save you some precious time so you can make more of your trip[/caption]

Tiktok user @themouselets explained that most guests will try and get to the park as soon as it opens, which is called rope drop.

But they said the morning isn’t the only good time of day to go – it can be even quieter in the evenings.

They revealed that lots of visitors will stop riding rollercoasters so that they can find a good spot to watch the fireworks, which are let off between 8pm and 10pm depending on the time of year.

While everyone else is waiting for the show, the ride queues are short, making it a great time to squeeze in some attractions.

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The Tiktoker said: “If you’ve ever been to Disney or planned a trip, you’ve probably heard of rope dropping – basically getting to the park really early and racing to an attraction before everyone else.

“But now that onsite guests get early entry every day, rope drop is not really an option anymore.

“So many guests are thinking that they’re going to be stuck in some really long lines to do the popular attractions.

“I’m here to tell you that’s not true because I have a trick for you.


“It’s true that mornings in the park are usually very quiet, but actually nighttime is also a great time to do some rides.

“In some cases the park will empty out, especially Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios, and at other parks everyone will be getting a good spot for the fireworks.

“So while everyone is waiting for [the fireworks], I recommend doing some rides, and then squeeze in and get a last-minute spot to watch the fireworks.”

The video has been watched 132,000 times and received comments from people who have tried the tip.

One person put: “Rode Everest eight times in a row by waiting until the end of the night.”

Another wrote: “I went on Splash Mountain like five times when all that was going on.”

Someone else put: “This happened to me and my brother one time. We went on Big Thunder Mountain three times with no queue because of the fireworks.”

A mum has revealed how she always skips the queue at Disney theme parks.

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A Disney travel planner swears by his time-saving tip for getting through the theme park queues.

And a travel agent has revealed how you can get into the parks before gates open – and avoid queuing.

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Lots of visitors stop riding rollercoasters in the evening so they can watch the fireworks – meaning the lines are short[/caption]

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