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How to bypass the Queue-It system to get express access to a website (e.g. Singapore Malaysia VTL Bus Booking)

Comments (9)
  1. Sofia says:

    Hi just wanted to ask if you know how to make queueclient.min.js appear on the lists? I was trying to buy tickets and tried this method and it did work. However queueclient.min.js only appeared one time and I was not able to try this again on my other devices.

    1. Zhi Cheng says:

      You will need to refresh the page and make sure that you have “Preserve Log” checked.

  2. Trica says:

    Same problem for me.. it only appeared once.. I tried to reload but it did not appear again.

  3. Paul Furlong says:

    This is an incredible help thankyou. Do you need to open an incognito window or run a VPN at all? Or can this all be done through your provider?

    Also am I able to set this up if the website currently doesn’t have a queue? For example no tickets are currently on sale.

    Thankyou for your help and work.

  4. Jake says:

    Hi I tried doing this but it didn’t work. Any other methods or updated methods. Maybe on safari ?

  5. Krzysztof says:

    Does it work for others queue systems ? Do you know how to skip queue-it.net system, ?

  6. Krzysztof says:

    Does it work for others queue systems ? Do you know how to skip queue in queue-it.net ?

  7. Nel says:

    Hi, I think this hack needs to be updated. I tried it to buy a concert ticket and I was able to load bypass queue-it, but the form (where the seat options are listed) is missing. It used to work for the particular website. Not sure why it’s not working now.

  8. Luke Martin says:

    Hi @Zhi Cheng, is this method still correct for queue-it websites? Or have they plugged your method?

    Thanks!!

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