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  1. They probably made that change cause of Covid19. Although I think it's great how the park has made use of the mountain the ride itself for me is blah and overrated, particularly for the low ride capacity and long line. First time I went on it I didn't know about that drop at the end so I took my then 9 year old son on it. Lets just say he's 12 now and I just got him to go on Ghoster Coaster again.
  2. I think I find that, at this early a stage, there's just nothing beyond wild speculation to go on so it's more of a tease to think tjese clues lead down a certain path.
  3. Yeah it said that to me too. I had to login and wait in the queue each time to book again.
  4. So what was ayone's experience reserving spots on the CW website? I found it rather crazy but the site worked well given the traffic. I signed on just after 8am (which is when it opened) and right away it said I was 22,758th in the queue. It took an hour for my turn to come up. I ended up booking six different days and I think that's the current limit for season pass holders.
  5. Am I the only one having a bit of a tough time picturing going on coasters like Yukon Striker and Leviathan with a mask on? There's gonna be a looooooot of masks falling off rides.
  6. [fbvideonew][/fbvideonew] ALso just a friendly tip to get and load the Presto card at least a few days in advance. These things have so many glitches you want to make sure they're working before being in a situation where the reader thinks the card is empty and you've got no change to board the bus.
  7. 1. There are a bunch around the park, but can't say how expensive it is compared to cheap rates. 2. There are public transit options, particularly in the summer. YRT (York Regional Transit), TTC (Toronto Transit Commission), and the GO (Government of Ontario) all serve a make=shift transit loop at the park. 3. Use this searchable calendar to see how busy the park is on any given date. Of course it can't predict the future but it gives you a good idea of how busy the park has been in the past on whatever days you're considering. (https://queue-times.com/parks/58/calendar/2019/12) If you're there on a day it's open 10-10 and you arrive before 10am so you can start working the busy rides right away before lines build you can fit everything in a day. Definitely takes some strategizing, though. 4. Lots. Blue Jays, Ripley's Aquarium, CN Tower, Hockey Hall of Fame, Legoland (right across from Wonderland), and more.
  8. Thanks for the photos. I've been curious about how it shaped up. My family wants to go.
  9. Double check the fine print of those FL+ tickets... if they are the same as mine (I bought them during a flash sale last summer) then they expired after labour day weekend. I went to use mine on Saturday that is when it was pointed out. They said the only thing they can do is refund it and then charge me the current cost of the pass $89ish. Luckily I had my family's season passes with me and none of them go on adult rides so I cashed in one of their FL+ due to my renewing our cards.
  10. You bought those from the flash sale last summer like I did. I used one but have one left and am going by myself to the park tomorrow to use it because I can't go the following weekend. Was hoping to go with someone but oh well.
  11. I understand what you mean. I bought a few FL+ tickets during a flash sale last summer/fall. They were half price and could buy four. I bought two. I also renewed all 5 family member season passes giving us FL+ tickets for each person but my kids are 4, 6, and 10, and my wife doesn't go on big rides so 4 go to waste. I learned though the you can give them to guests who you take with you, so that's what I did.
  12. I was never a fan of it to begin with. Never saw the appeal in it. That's just me though. I've also ear this event at other Cedar Fair parks are free, not an extra $30 plus dollars... not sure if that's true though.
  13. So I just read in the National Post that Six Flags has approached Cedar Fairs with a cash and stock offer to buy the chain. Nothing has been officially acknowledged. My question is lets say this becomes reality, what do you think it means to CW? How do you think CW will be treated compared to SF other properties... cause when I think of SF and Canada I think about how shoddy La Ronde is. CF has treated CW with good care in my opinion.
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