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    when is the off season?

    i know that summer and winter are high points for DL but when is the off seasons or seasons?
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    Re: when is the off season?

    What's the off season?






    ...There really isn't much of one anymore. Maybe a couple days here and there, otherwise, it's near full-tilt all the time.

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    Re: when is the off season?

    I would take early sept as possible.

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    Re: when is the off season?

    Never.

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    Re: when is the off season?

    There really isn't a Fall/Winter off-season anymore because of Halloween Time and the Christmas festivities, especially with this year's new castle decorations. Most of January and February should be pretty slow though.

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    Re: when is the off season?

    February to early March would be the best. No holiday weekends, though. I took my dad last February and the crowds were light enough that he didn't get irritated as he will. Give him a break - he's 85. And he's put up with me for over 50 years.

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    Re: when is the off season?

    The off season exists in the following time periods (approximately):
    Almost all of September
    Beginning of November
    Last week of November, first week December.
    Mid January through Mid March.
    Late April, Early May.

    But even that isn't guaranteed.

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    Re: when is the off season?

    Early September weekdays can be pretty comparatively uncrowded. Kids are starting school, weather is cooling off just a little.


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    Re: when is the off season?

    I don't know what Disney actually qualifies as off-season, but we went to the parks last wednesday and it was near empty. The longest line we waited was for Nemo at 45 minutes. Everything else (even Mansion) was little wait or just a walk on.

    Of course there was no pyro or Fantasmic! but being able to visit almost every attraction with little wait was a welcoming change!
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    Re: when is the off season?

    Whenever! You know, like the cell phone adds. I thought I could use my minutes whenever. Yes, no, well you know, "When? Never!" When is the Off Season? When? Never!
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    Re: when is the off season?

    When they off the CT's

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    Re: when is the off season?

    Quote Originally Posted by mainstreetcm View Post
    I don't know what Disney actually qualifies as off-season, but we went to the parks last wednesday and it was near empty. The longest line we waited was for Nemo at 45 minutes. Everything else (even Mansion) was little wait or just a walk on.

    Of course there was no pyro or Fantasmic! but being able to visit almost every attraction with little wait was a welcoming change!
    It's when the park goes in its off season hours, close at 8 PM on weekdays, 10 PM on Fridays, 11 PM on weekends. They will have no pyro, no fireworks, and only one parade.

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    It's when the CTs are not working, not the weekends, holidays, and vacations.

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    Re: when is the off season?

    End of January is really good with ZERO! Crowds. But then be ready for rides to be closed.
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    Re: when is the off season?

    Is there such a thing anymore?
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