Did you know that Disney offers a Disability Access Service for guests with disabilities at both Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort? Over the years this service has changed as many people were abusing the system. Today, I feel the system has improved since the first time I used it in 2003.
One feature works like a FastPass+ for those that are not able to wait in a standard queue do to their disability. Here is how it works at Walt Disney World: On your first day at a park you will need to visit Guest Relations inside the park you are visiting. There, your MagicBand belonging to you and the ones belonging to the members of your party will be linked to the system. The link will be available for any of the theme parks for two months from the activation date (check with Guest Relations as this time frame may change). Once activated, visit the Cast Member at an attraction and request a return time based on the current wait time. Then when that time arrives, return to the attraction and everyone will need to scan their MagicBands. You can only have one DAS time on your MagicBand at a given time, and it can be used in conjunction with regular FastPass+ service. For more information visit the Disability Access Service page at this link.
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