A TRAVEL agent has revealed a trick to get into Disney parks before the gates open.
Being one of the first in the theme park pays off, as you can tour the most popular rides before the long queues.
Bri, a @vacationsbybri handlebar travel agent on Tiktok specializes in Disney park breaks, and she shared her tips for being first in the park.
She said visitors should book early breakfast in the parks, as restaurants open earlier than buses.
You’ll then be inside the park as soon as the rides open and won’t have to line up with others at the park gates.
For example, this would work at Cinderella’s Royal Table restaurant in Magic Kingdom, Disney World.
The park doesn’t open until 9 a.m., but the restaurant does open at 8 a.m., giving diners an hour to eat and get on their chosen ride before other guests arrive.
“My favorite tip that I tell all of my clients is to book your breakfast spot at the park before the park opens,” says Bri.
“And if you run out of time just right, you can end your breakfast with a drop-down time park rope (open gate).
“So you’re already in the park ready to go while everyone else just has to go through the front gate.”
Bri goes on to share two more tips for getting the most out of visiting Disney parks.
She says: “Tip number two: if you’re trying to arrange a dining reservation, sign in on multiple devices. Multiple phones and sign in on desktop and sign in on iPad.
“That way, you can include different dates on your trip and get the bookings you really want.
“And my most important piece of advice: take a break from your day. I know you’re spending a lot of money going to those parks, but staying in the parks with cranky kids isn’t worth it.
“So spending those two hours out of your hot afternoon would be worth it.”
Another Tiktok user shared her tip for enter the Disney park before the rest of the crowd.
And one mother revealed how she always skip the queue at Disneyland.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/16955940/disney-skip-queue-restaurant-reservation/ I’m a travel agent and here’s how to get into Disney parks before the gates open