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jarrdisney
10-05-2008, 03:45 PM
Hello all,
We plan on attending HHN over 10/24 weekend. We have been USO/IOA AP holders for the past couple years. We're are going to take a long weekend trip and stay at either HR or RPR. I was thinking that Sun 10/26 would be the best to go. What do you all think? What kind of pass would I need to buy? Would I need an express pass? How much are they? We're not concerned with any of the regular attractions, as we have done them plenty of times. We do, however, want to experience EVERYTHING HHN has to offer. Do you have any insider tips or info for us? Are there specific hours for that day? Should we get to the park prior to opening and wait in a holding area? Thanks so much

inkkognito
10-05-2008, 06:47 PM
Most definitely get to the park early and do Stay & Scream. You will get a huge jump on the houses...they usually open one or two of the soundstage ones early, and then you can hustle over to a couple of the others before the big crowd gets in. Even if you buy an Express Pass, you could just save it and use it later.

Since that's a Friday and close to Halloween, I'd probably buy the EP just to be safe. But it's hard to say because last Friday no wait (except Bloody Mary) was over 15 mins. Still, it's good insurance and will ensure that you get through all of the houses even if the crowd is huge.

Metro West
10-06-2008, 06:59 AM
Most definitely get to the park early and do Stay & Scream. You will get a huge jump on the houses...they usually open one or two of the soundstage ones early, and then you can hustle over to a couple of the others before the big crowd gets in. Even if you buy an Express Pass, you could just save it and use it later.

Since that's a Friday and close to Halloween, I'd probably buy the EP just to be safe. But it's hard to say because last Friday no wait (except Bloody Mary) was over 15 mins. Still, it's good insurance and will ensure that you get through all of the houses even if the crowd is huge.Very good advice! :thumbsup2

jarrdisney
10-06-2008, 11:23 AM
Since that's a Friday and close to Halloween, I'd probably buy the EP just to be safe. But it's hard to say because last Friday no wait (except Bloody Mary) was over 15 mins. Still, it's good insurance and will ensure that you get through all of the houses even if the crowd is huge.

Thanks for the advice. We're going on Sun 10/26. Does that change anything? Also, what about times and prices of everythying. Thanks

Metro West
10-06-2008, 05:51 PM
Thanks for the advice. We're going on Sun 10/26. Does that change anything? Also, what about times and prices of everythying. ThanksCheck out www.halloweenhorrornights.com for pricing and hours information.