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    should speedy pass be allowed in blackpool pleasure beach

    what do you think?
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    (Original post by john1332123)
    should speedy pass be allowed in blackpool pleasure beach

    what do you think?
    Not entirely familiar with how it works (I had to google it) and it's interesting, I guess the idea is that you pay to gain an advantage over others.. sounds familiar :lol: I think I'd have to see for myself how it works and how it affects people who actually queue. On the face of it, seeing people fly by in the queue is not fun but as long as it doesn't hugely affect waiting times I wouldn't mind.
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    Not entirely familiar with how it works (I had to google it) and it's interesting, I guess the idea is that you pay to gain an advantage over others.. sounds familiar :lol: I think I'd have to see for myself how it works and how it affects people who actually queue. On the face of it, seeing people fly by in the queue is not fun but as long as it doesn't hugely affect waiting times I wouldn't mind.
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