Can someone tell me how often you can get a fast pass?
hence the letter below…
my letter to disney…
> My family and I came to disney world last year and
> recieved a guest assistance pass with no problem
> ( I have degenerative cartilage in my knees). This
> year their are rumors that it is much harder to
> recieve one and that you are not even issuing them
> to people with autistic children anymore. My
> question is what do I have to do this year to assure
> we will get a pass and that our vacation will
> not be ruined.
the letter from disney…
At some of our more popular attractions, we have
> added the option of using Disney’s FASTPASS.
> Through this process, guests are provided with a
> return time card for an attraction, enabling them
> to visit other locations and return to the queue at
> a later time. To help the guest make this
> decision, there will be a clock indicating the
> window of time during which they can return to the
> attraction with no further wait if they choose the
> Disney’s FASTPASS option, and another clock
> showing the current wait time for the stand-by line.
> To give our guests flexibility in their
> schedule, they will always have a one-hour window of
> time during which to return. When they return,
> they will go to the Disney’s FASTPASS entrance and
> go directly to the attraction pre-show or
> boarding area.
> I would like to mention, guests with any queue
> related assistance needs are asked to use the
> Disney’s FASTPASS option wherever possible. We
> believe the nature of the Disney’s FASTPASS service
> provides the guest with the assistance requested
> while allowing us to maintain a fair and consistent
> policy for all guests.
I find it amazing that I can get a disablity parking through the state but not through Disney even with a dostors letter :mad: