Me neither - I couldn't get there until 10am last year, still got a pass no problem and they were counting the people left waiting and keeping them back to make sure everybody who turned up got one, and whilst I had a long wait from being at the back I wouldn't say anybody should feel they have to turn up at silly o'clock unless they have more reasons to than just getting a pass. If you queue, you'll get one (and I got a good seat in the middle of row D, too).Bearded Avenger wrote:Been to the sleepy queue three times. Turned up at 6:00am the first time and since then around 8:00am. Really cannot fathom why anyone would want to stay there from Friday - it really just means that everyone else feels the need to start turning up earlier.
If you do want a particular seat it's probably better to get there in good time - I'm aiming for 7.30-8am this year. The fixation with aisle seats is lost on me though; who wants to be the poor twat that has to keep standing up/being climbed over so that everybody else can get to their seats? Tried it once, never again.