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Old 12-30-2017, 10:37 PM   #11
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Can you tell a tad more about it?

Specifically:
  • How much time do you get in VR? Is it until you die or complete something?
  • Anyone in your group in glasses? Glasses are often a huge problem for VR, I know some headsets are so close that you don't need glasses.
  • I see the cost in another post says $30 each, but you said you paid $154 for 3 which is ~$50 each.
  • Do you know if the hours of operation followed the hours of Disney Spring?

Sound fun! Our next visit is in March so I might try and fit this in!
18 minutes in the vr. U don't die
I wear glasses. These headsets fit right over them with tons of room.
All I recall is with Fees through atom tickets it was $154. Maybe on site u can but without the fees.
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Thanks for sharing this as I had no idea it even existed. I too hope they add more dates. We will be there starting on February 17th and I'd like to try it.
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Tried to google article but did find the more current article about Gaming Disorders officially recognized by World Health Organization
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The Orlando Sentinel has article also about this Disney Springs

Opened Dec 15 in Disney Springs and Jan 5 Disneyland Downtown Disney.
$29.95 tickets available (calendar) thevoid.com Hours: 9a.m. - 11:45p.m.
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Old 12-31-2017, 07:53 PM   #14
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18 minutes in the vr. U don't die
I wear glasses. These headsets fit right over them with tons of room.
All I recall is with Fees through atom tickets it was $154. Maybe on site u can but without the fees.
Thanks for the information, sounds like a lot of fun!
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18 minutes in the vr. U don't die
I wear glasses. These headsets fit right over them with tons of room.
All I recall is with Fees through atom tickets it was $154. Maybe on site u can but without the fees.
It only last about 18 minutes? For $50?
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It only last about 18 minutes? For $50?
we loved the VR and thought it was totally worth it even at that cost. It was the highlight of our trip.

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Old 07-09-2018, 03:18 PM   #17
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The best thing we did on our last visit. Mind blowing!!! This is the future. Seriously, not to be missed! Can't wait to do it again.
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Old 07-09-2018, 05:20 PM   #18
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It only last about 18 minutes? For $50?
Seems odd, as I can be pretty cheap. But when I am at Disney, well, I don't ever bother trying to figure out the pricing. I just go knowing everything is much more expensive than at home.

The tickets are $30 ($29.95), not $50. Still pretty pricey.
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we loved the VR and thought it was totally worth it even at that cost. It was the highlight of our trip.

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The best thing we did on our last visit. Mind blowing!!! This is the future. Seriously, not to be missed! Can't wait to do it again.
Same for us. I sent my teenagers two more times. They loved it. I was not unhappy with the $120 extra I spent to send them, it was the highlight of the visit for them. I even use the picture they take at the end as my work avatar.
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Old 07-09-2018, 05:37 PM   #19
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Weekdays are cheaper. I think I paid 25 a person for DH and DS for next Thursday.
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Old 07-10-2018, 12:19 PM   #20
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Not cool this is west coast only!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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