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    Default Disneyland Hong Kong - Premium Service?

    Has anyone ever used a Disneyland premium service, where you get 3 hours VIP treatment, instant entry to attractions, priority seating at shows etc? I would love to upgrade to this given it's chinese school holidays so will be busy, but two questions:
    (a) obviously is it worth it, and
    (b) the cost is for 6 people (with under 3's free) is there some way of joining up with others to split the cost? Like advertising for anyone else to join us (short of standing with a sandwich board at the entry?)

    I've emailed the park but no response as yet, thinking perhaps of advertising for anyone going on the same day. Has anyone done this?

    Thanks in advance.

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    I am not able to help out much but dh and I went there in 2008 and it wasn't peak time and we waited about 20-30 mins for some rides. I would go the VIP package if you can afford it. It was fun!

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    Thanks we've been before so definitely going. When we went the place was deserted and we didn't wait for anything more than 5 minutes, so I'm kind of dreading what it will be like. The VIP package is $600 AUD for six people, so it's kind of a lot of disneymoney if you know what I mean!

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    my friend and her husband/kids did this in Anaheim last year - i think she said it ended up costing $300 extra for the day ( plus the tickets) but they walked straight past the 2 hour wait lines and went straight onto the rides! plus I think they got in an hour or two earlier than normal paying customers as well , it was July so the busiest time of the year , she said it was totally worth it!

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    Hi Hulahoop. Only new the site. We are off to Hong Kong Disneyland next year so will be interested to hear your recommendation after being to HKD. Will keep checking this thread. Thanks


 

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