Anna and Elsa after 1/31?

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  1. jamarmiller

    jamarmiller Mouseketeer

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    That's too bad I have breakfast reservations there next month
     
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  3. Berlioz70

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    This is not true - Anna and Elsa are remaining at Epcot indefinitely.
     
  4. Caribbeanprincess

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    I think it would be a great idea to have Elsa and Anna great at Arkeshus since it is Norway. As for a FP+ line, I don't think the location they're in now would allow it. It's tiny. They'd have to move to a newer location with more space to be able to do that.
     
  5. TheSweetestThing

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    I read on another board that they are being added to the new parade at Magic Kingdom, so maybe they will show up there now.
     
  6. jetsdude

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    There is absolutely NO way they are getting rid of them they are way to popular. Just look at the opening day pin, it originally sold for about $14 and now sells on eBay from $30 up. The merchandising Disney has on this movie is amazing.
     
  7. whodat1229

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    We are planning a trip for December. My girl is dying to meet them! I know it's a long way off, but I was trying to decide if breakfast at Akershus is the way to go, and then staking out my spot in line immediately after. Do they let you do that if World Showcase isn't open for the day yet? or do they redirect you back to WS entrance? I can't remember how it works at Epcot...doesn't WS usually open later?
     
  8. jamarmiller

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    they didnt make me leave the area. Its roped off so you cant go beyond norway but once you finish breakfast I think you can at least stand there. I havent been to breakfast there in about a year, but I got reservations already for a couple of weeks from now. My kids have not seen Frozen yet ( I live in Japan ) so thank god they dont know about it LOL
     
  9. mousehappync

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    This could have been a COMPLETE fluke, so please don't plan around it, but we had friends there last week and they took their daughter at the "end of the day" (sorry, I haven't been able to clarify what that was, but I think it was right before park closing. Double check that they meet right up until park close.) I would aim for about an hour before their last meet on a low-crowd day and see if you can sneak in-- they waited 20 minutes!

    When we were there in January the line was insane--I am always pretty thankful I have boys when it comes to scheduling princess meets;)
     
  10. Sandyt05

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    Any updates on seeing Elsa and Anna? Has anyone had breakfast reservations in the morning then went to get in line to see them? Where would you go to wait in line to see them? This is our plan. Our breakfast reservation is at 8:15 the beginning of May.

    Thanks!
     
  11. mcd2745

    mcd2745 These Mickey pretzels are making me thirsty!

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    All reports are that it is still pretty insane - about 4 hours on average. In fact, many reports also of people making early breakfast ADRs at Akershus just to get in the park early and blowing off the breakfast completely, swallowing the no-show fee, and just going straight to the Anna & Elsa queue.

    They really need to do something about this - like add another m&g somewhere at MK to alleviate this.
     
  12. MikeSouza

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    Last weekend was a 4hr plus is what the cm told us. If your going to the princess breakfast what some people are doing is having one of the adults wait in line ( I believe breakfast reservations have access to the country's before general)
     
  13. rteetz

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    I've heard of a lot of people looking into this. It's actually not a bad idea. I just still can't believe lines are at 4 hours everyday. This must mean frozen was a success which is what disney needs.
     
  14. mya12347

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    We went on the Marathon weekend, we had breakfast at the Arkeshus royal at 9:00 am, around the time already was at line for the 10:00 am, after the breakfast we lined around 10:20 and CM told we had to wait in line for the meet l at 3:00
     
  15. mcd2745

    mcd2745 These Mickey pretzels are making me thirsty!

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    The princess breakfast was always a popular meal, but now a pre-opening ADR for it has become nearly impossible as so many people are booking the breakfast, for the sole purpose of getting in line early for Anna & Elsa, and blowing off the meal altogether. The no-show fee isn't deterring people at all. Why would it? If it saves you 2-3 hours...it's worth it.
     

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