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  1. Adam is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    Quote Originally Posted by CarlySX View Post
    Minnie's Sweethearts Confectionary on Mickey Avenue
    Strange how Minnie's Sweetheart Confectionery looks totally different (particularly the colour scheme) from the concept art, which is still featured on the SDR website...



    https://www.shanghaidisneyresort.com/en/shops/theme-park/sweethearts-confectionery/

  2. MarcoDisney is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    What will be the name and theme of the building next to Minnie's Confectionery?

  3. Here's one more:



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  4. CarlySX is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    Wenyahai on Instagram has some cool site photos this week.

    Minnie's Sweethearts Confectionary on Mickey Avenue



    Source: http://www.pikore.com/wenyahai

  5. Walt Disney Co. will begin selling tickets to its latest theme park, Shanghai Disney Resort, on March 28.

    The company said it will adopt a demand pricing structure for tickets to the park, with tickets during peak days priced at 499 yuan ($76) and “regular” tickets on off-peak days at 370 yuan ($56). Pricing during the first few weeks after the park's grand opening, from June 16 through June 30, is set at 499 yuan.
    Disney said its pricing structure for the Shanghai resort is aimed at spreading out visitors to the park throughout the year, by encouraging visits when the park is expected to be less crowded.
    It also will cap the number of visitors to Shanghai Disney Resort each day to avoid overcrowding.
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    http://www.bizjournals.com/losangeles/news/2016/02/04/shanghai-disney-resort-tickets-to-go-on-sale-in.html

  6. I went to the opening of Hong Kong Disneyland on the 12th September 2005 and they did not have a soft opening. The park officially opened on that date as did the hotels.

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    I am still in awe how these cyclists managed to just ride on the Shanghai Disney site. Next to impossible to do this in America.












    Video here:

  8. A new picture of the Enchanted Storybook Castle…


  9. Adam is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous View Post
    Thanks Adam.

    I seem to remember HKD had a soft opening period of about the same, although I can't find any record of whether it was invitation only or not. Perhaps it will be a case of drop in guests only. The website certainly indicates that there will be no ticket sales prior to the 16th June.
    Well this is the quote from before:

    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous View Post
    FYI since there has been a bit of misinformation spread here already, there will NOT be a soft opening available to the public before June 16th. People will certainly be inside the park before then, but soft openings don't work like ride soft openings. Only those invited. Don't show up on June 15th expecting to be able to buy a ticket even if there are 20k people they let inside, they've all been invited.

  10. Thanks Adam.

    I seem to remember HKD also had a soft opening period, although I can't find any record whether it was invitation only or not. Perhaps it will be a case of drop-in guests only. The website certainly indicates that there will be no ticket sales prior to the 16th June.

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