While we’re still waiting to here more news about Disneyland’s new digital FastPass system called: MaxPass, there are going to be some Disneyland FastPass changes this week to the current system. According to laughingplace.com in preparation of the MaxPass system, the current system will modify how guests redeem their FastPass reservations.
In the past guests had to scan their FastPass tickets when they returned to use their FastPass reservation on the attraction. Now instead of scanning their FastPass ticket, they will scan their Park ticket or Annual Pass. However the FastPass kiosks will still give you a piece of paper telling you the time of your FastPass, but just as a reminder. Not a huge change, but good to know when you get to the attractions.
This Disneyland FastPass change comes ahead of the bigger addition of a MaxPass service where you can book your FastPass at home from your digital device, just like you can at Walt Disney World. We still however do not know the date of this service. Honestly I’m a bit disappointed as we are now in the busiest time of the year and it’s still not ready for use. Here’s hoping it will ready for D23 next month!
I want to know what you think about the latest Disneyland FastPass changes. Do you use the Disneyland FastPass system? What do you think should be included in the new MaxPass? Let us know in the comments section below!
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