Omg. I just love this.
Feels like he is a bit if a troll tbh. New park needs time to find it's footing.So much for the queue less / no wait system.
Word is, on opening day they ran out of bottled water! And the Tapu Tapu was a cluster....and I found a bunch of amusing tweets from someone at opening day.
It's their 'virtual queuing system' - you get a wristband device which queues for you and go when it's time. Universal's answer to the Disney Magic Band thingy.I've not followed this thread really, so what's Tapu Tapu? Everyone seems to be talking about it (and how it's not working so well), but I don't know what it is.
Hear, hear. I can understand the principle, but I can't help but feel like it doesn't actually give you the flexibility that it claims to. You'd basically have to plan out your whole day to ensure you got on everything you wanted.The last one is a biggie for me. It would be incredibly disappointing to visit a park and have no way to ride the one I wanted because all the virtual queue slots had been allocated.