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Fans Put Forth Disney Was Better Pre-Covid

Fans recently lamented the lack of an “off-season” at the Disney Parks, reminiscing about their previous “cheats” and hacks.

The Central Florida  Walt Disney World Resort and the Southern California Disneyland Resort are two of the best places to enjoy a Disney vacation. The Disney magic is strong with these two Disney Resorts, and in particular, in each Theme Park, fans can frequent. Whether it’s Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World or Disneyland Park, and Disney California Adventure Park in Disneyland Resort, devoted fans have developed tips and tricks over the years to make visiting Disney World and Disneyland more enjoyable.

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Sleeping Beauty Castle/Disney

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One of the main tricks fans had was knowing the right time to come to the Disney Parks. Whether it’s Disney World crowds or Disneyland crowds, every fan is well-versed with how crowded a Disney Theme Park can get. But lately, among the myriad issues Disney Resort fans have been reporting, having no “off-season” has been one that has particularly hit home.

Disney fan and Reddit user u/pwrof3 took to the social media platform to share a nostalgic moment from 2019.

I miss pre Covid quiet rainy days at Disneyland. This was in November 2019 on a weekday afternoon. from Disneyland

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U/franks-little-beauty shared, “I miss the existence of an off season so much. We used to be so stoked when it rained and the crowds cleared!”

Another Disney fan, u/iguessineedanaltnow, agreed, “November before covid was always my cheat code. There were days every ride was a 15 minute wait at most and I could go and do the whole park twice over in a single day. I hope we can get back to that some day.”

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Disney characters at Sleeping Beauty Castle, Disneyland Resort/Disney

Fans in the comments also agreed with this, highlighting how different the Disney experience was pre-Covid and reminiscing about the time past. Many concurred that Disney has changed massively since then and bemoaned the change.

But this isn’t the only change Disney has seen recently. We at Disney Fanatic also recently reported on the shocking news of now-former controversial CEO Bob Chapek being fired from his position and the return of his more popular predecessor Bob Iger.

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We at Disney Fanatic will continue to report on all Disney news as it comes to light.

About Priyanka

Priyanka is a writer, artist, avid reader, and travel enthusiast based in Chicago.