This trick is a little deceptive and it's beating the system so I don't condone doing it, but it works ;-).
Everytime I can possibly get a FP, I get one, for any attraction, whatever I'm closest to, if I'm not going to use it, I store it away. When I'm at WDW just wandering around a park, sometimes I flip through my little packet and see what I have a old FP for, CM's don't look at the only difference, the little date in the corner. (If it was akin to stealing another person's FP, I def. wouldn't do it!)
I think that's actually a great tip, since, as you said, they arrely look very close at it... just verifying the times. Now if I could just figure out a way to print them up on my computer... :-D
I'm pretty sure thermal paper with a pearlescent cast and then the particular attraction's logo would be hard to come by..
Backdoor passes are actually just printed on cheap colored paper with regular ink - getting ahold of one of thsoe would be much more "useful" but anyone who has them wont give them up.
hmmm, I still have FPs not used from a year ago ;)
That is a pretty darn good tip. I may be doing this just to ride M:S some more. I already can ride it four time in an hour when the park opens. Then it gets pretty crowded after that. Stocking up on these just may help for that day when I am bored and need something to do.
You little Disney schemers!! :shocking:
But now, you've got me thinking... ;) :sneaky:
We've never used a fast pass yet. We have a lot, but that's cause we just collect them. One time Star Tours wasn't open yet, but the girl had the fast pass thing open (doing something with it) and when my husband went over to her, she said that she was sorry, the ride wasn't open yet. He told her that we just collect the fastpasses and wanted to know if he could have one. Gave it to him with no problems.