Rainbow Popcorn Sold Out, Guests Being Given Figment Sporks Instead with Popcorn Bucket, Wait Times Down to 1.5 Hours at EPCOT

After yesterday’s seven-hour queue for the Figment Popcorn Bucket, the accompanying rainbow popcorn has sold out. As a result, guests are now being given the Figment Spork instead of the popcorn.


The spork is also sold separately for $2.50.


The wait time for the Pop Eats! food studio, the exclusive location for the bucket, is down to approximately an hour and a half. This line is for the whole studio, not just the bucket, so guests wanting to try the delicious Bacon, Apple, & Brie Grilled Cheese will have to wait as well.


How long would you wait for the Figment popcorn bucket? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. Waited 6 hours. Honestly we had a great time. Got some Starbucks and made friends in line. It was nice to sit and talk to people and not be in a hurry to get the next thing.

  2. Even the cast member holding the sign knows just how ridiculous this whole thing is. Hopefully some good will come of all of this and Disney will think to create a Disney+ show based on Figment and Dream finder that’s a bit like the magic school bus or something.

  3. The problem here is that these people standing in line are not in Florida for a WDW trip with their family. It is nothing but out of work annual pass holders buyiglng the max that they can and then selling them for 125$ plus. Perhaps..just perhaps Disney should look at this and limit lifetime sales of said bucket to 1 per passholder..not 2 per passholder per family member of the holder. This is allowing “families” of 4 with one annual holder to buy 8 buckets…now I really dont understand how that is far..or put a chip in them just like they have with the resort cups. That chip is linked to the passholder and they scan the bucket and wristband to verify it goes to that holder..if not then a simple no sale sign comes up..just a few ideas to level out the playing field for the real families that save for years and spend thousands of dollars on a trip to Disney..only to not be able to buy anything because all of the big ticket items get swallowed up by jobless losers taking advantage of a very broken system.

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