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    What time of day are the shortest lines for RSR?

    We are going to be there next month, assuming we miss out on the fasspass madness in the AM.

    When is the time of day for shortest lines?

    Anyone, anyone, anyone know...


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    No time lol if y'all don't mind being separated, I'd head straight for the single rider line. Despite the times that were posted, we never waited longer than 20 minutes. Seems like the stand by drops just a wee bit in the early afternoon as some have hit Cars Land and headed over to Disneyland.
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    Re: What time of day are the shortest lines for RSR?

    Try the evening when people are eating dinner. Otherwise, single rider is a good choice if you want shorter lines.

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    Re: What time of day are the shortest lines for RSR?

    7am at early entry! If the single rider option isn't your thing, fastpass or getting in at early entry at 7am(disney resort hotel guests/annual pass reservation) is your best bet if you don't want to wait 2 to 2.5 hours. That was my experience at least when I was there last week.

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    Re: What time of day are the shortest lines for RSR?

    We were there at 8:30am this past Sunday. The standby line was over 2 hours already. The fast pass line was a 30 minute wait to get a fast pass for some time around 5pm and were sold out shortly after that. There really is no good time I'm sorry to say.


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    Re: What time of day are the shortest lines for RSR?

    ummmmmmmm....Well.. in my experience so far single rider is the way to go. There is no such thing as a short line for RSR.. Do single Rider, to me it was the shortest

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    Quote Originally Posted by disneylandreport View Post
    We were there at 8:30am this past Sunday. The standby line was over 2 hours already. The fast pass line was a 30 minute wait to get a fast pass for some time around 5pm and were sold out shortly after that. There really is no good time I'm sorry to say.
    oh about the FP line, as i been hearing it, it's been selling out before 10 am. i kid you not i have been to RSR at 2pm one time and the FP's were gone, they had sold out..but i could be wrong, maybe it's changed in the last few weeks..

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    Re: What time of day are the shortest lines for RSR?

    I'm really eager to see how long the lines will be in two or three weeks, when the summer season ends and all the kids are in school...

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    Re: What time of day are the shortest lines for RSR?

    Quote Originally Posted by Santoanderson View Post
    I'm really eager to see how long the lines will be in two or three weeks, when the summer season ends and all the kids are in school...
    And all the SoCal APs are no longer blocked out.

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    Re: What time of day are the shortest lines for RSR?

    If you go at regular opening time, I'd say your best bet is not to go directly to the ride line but rather to the fast pass line. The reason the wait is at 2 hours plus at 8am is because of all of the people already in line from early entry at 7am.

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    Re: What time of day are the shortest lines for RSR?

    I waited about 15 minutes for the single rider this past Thursday at around 3 or 4 pm.

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    Re: What time of day are the shortest lines for RSR?

    Early afternoon, between 2 and 3:30 or so, the line tends to dip into the 90-100 minute range. Of course, this is the hottest time of the day.

    I agree with everyone that the single rider line is the best way to as long as you don't have young children with you.

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