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Old 04-09-2008, 07:28 AM   #121
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Old 04-17-2008, 12:39 PM   #122
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Toontown morning madness tickets - how strict is it?

Our family got the TTMM tickets. There are 4 tickets for the 5 of us - 2 adults 2 kids ( 4 & 6) and a baby ( < 2). We are wondering if we can bring another kid (age 10) with us. Her family did not get the package.

Did anyone has experience using the tickets ? Did they really count how many of you ? How strict are they ?

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Old 04-17-2008, 01:23 PM   #123
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Our family got the TTMM tickets. There are 4 tickets for the 5 of us - 2 adults 2 kids ( 4 & 6) and a baby ( < 2). We are wondering if we can bring another kid (age 10) with us. Her family did not get the package.

Did anyone has experience using the tickets ? Did they really count how many of you ? How strict are they ?

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They did count them with us. It was just my husband and I (big kids at heart ). The family in front of us did not have tickets and they were not allowed in. I think it was a mom, dad, and two kids. They were told to "Come back in an hour when Toontown opens to the public". You might be able to get an extra voucher from the Travel Company that is right outside of Downtown Disney! I dropped my two DCA preferred seating vouchers into the parade waterfall and they gladly replaced them at the Travel Company!

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Old 04-23-2008, 02:38 PM   #124
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There are always so many MM questions, I figured this should be up at the top for awhile!
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Old 04-23-2008, 06:29 PM   #125
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Thanks bumershoot. I needed to add it my subscribed threads so i can find t again closer to December. I always forget which days are MM, and I'll "forget" a hundred more times between now and December.
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Old 04-23-2008, 11:27 PM   #126
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for those who have not experienced mm it's probaly one of the greatest things going. when we went 2 years ago(disney's 50th) with then (2,2,and 8 year olds). anyhow just fantasyland was opened. in an hour we rode on dumbo, carosuel, mr toads, mad hatter, alice in wonderland, mad tea party, and peter pan and to give reference the day before mid morning it was an hour just for dumbo.


this was before toon town early entry. this year we have both and i'm just waiting for it
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Old 04-24-2008, 01:12 PM   #127
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for those who have not experienced mm it's probaly one of the greatest things going. when we went 2 years ago(disney's 50th) with then (2,2,and 8 year olds). anyhow just fantasyland was opened. in an hour we rode on dumbo, carosuel, mr toads, mad hatter, alice in wonderland, mad tea party, and peter pan and to give reference the day before mid morning it was an hour just for dumbo.


this was before toon town early entry. this year we have both and i'm just waiting for it
There was hardly anyone in TT on our early morning a few weeks ago! Especially at the Hononrary Citizen ceremony....I'm talking MAYBE 40 people if even that! We rode two rides without anyone in front of us!!!! It was great! The only way to do Toon Town! We had gone the afternoon before and it was a MAD HOUSE! I loved TT Morning Madness!!!
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Old 04-26-2008, 07:46 PM   #128
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Old 04-26-2008, 11:27 PM   #129
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Old 05-04-2008, 09:46 PM   #130
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Magic Morning: Use on Sunday or Tuesday?

When would be a better use of our one Magic Morning entry: Sunday Mother's Day 7am or Tuesday (2 days later) 8am? We will be visiting those days anyhow plus the Wednesday. Thanks!
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Old 05-04-2008, 09:49 PM   #131
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When would be a better use of our one Magic Morning entry: Sunday Mother's Day 7am or Tuesday (2 days later) 8am? We will be visiting those days anyhow plus the Wednesday. Thanks!


i'd say sunday tuesday being a weekday the park should not be crowded. nice to go early when it could be busy.
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Old 05-04-2008, 11:07 PM   #132
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When would be a better use of our one Magic Morning entry: Sunday Mother's Day 7am or Tuesday (2 days later) 8am? We will be visiting those days anyhow plus the Wednesday. Thanks!
Probably the Sunday one just because of the fact that less people will be up at that hour. Plus an extra hour on a day that is more crowded is always good.
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Old 05-06-2008, 11:48 AM   #133
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Thanks ironpig70 and DLR29 for being so helpful! Sunday it is! Can't wait to get there!!
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Old 05-12-2008, 05:00 PM   #134
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I really tried to thoroughly read the OP, so sorry if this is already covered but I have booked a room and air package (with a Canadian airline-Westjet btw) and opted to NOT include park tickets, thinking I would save a few $ by buying them with getawaytoday. We are staying at GCH for 6 nights from Wed - Tues and before reading this thread , I researched on the boards that with GAT tickets I would be getting 2 MMs (even though I'm Canadian and they say US only - I've read that they don't really make a distinction?). At first I forgot about the onsite perk of MM for all onsite guests, so 2 MMs with GAT was okay with me. Now I want ALL 3 OF MY MMs if possible - Mwah Ha Ha (greedy, evil laughter)!!!
What I guess I'm asking is, will I receive a "slip" at GCH checking that I use for MM, independent of my GAT tickets? Or am I locked into only 2 MMs since my GAT tickets will be picked up separately?
I guess if this is the case should I just change my plans and buy my tickets through Disney?
I appreciate, in advance, all the help I can get (can you tell I need it?)
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Old 05-12-2008, 05:51 PM   #135
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It doesn't matter at all where you get your tickets from, since you're staying onsite. They will give you a "charge slip" that's a small white slip of paper, and that is what you show stores and restaurants to charge back to your room, and it's what you show at the gate, along with your ticket, to show them that you're onsite and get MM each day it is offered during your stay.

Doesn't matter where you get the tickets from.

This, of course, is subject to change, but as far as any of us has experienced, they are still offering all the MMs to onsite guests. If the CM at GCH is like the CM at PP last Sept, you'll get a printed sheet of paper (officially printed, not just a xerox pulled from under a table, LOL) explaining the above, and the CM will tell you exactly which days during your stay have MM that you can participate in.
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