Disney World’s FastPass+ Is Still Missing, But We May Have Our First Look At What Could Replace It


Many other theme parks, like Universal Studios in Orlando and California, already offer a paid system for skipping the queue. So if Disney World did that they wouldn’t exactly be breaking new ground. At the same time, the fact that Disney has largely avoided offering a paid system this long has made many guests thankful. Making it so that those who can afford to do so can simply skip the lines, while those that cannot are forced to wait, is sure to be frustrating for many. This idea is also different because most of the paid systems, including Disneyland’s own MaxPass, is a single fee to cover everything, where as this is a per attraction cost.



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