Disneyland Paris is intending to replace their free FastPasses with a paid option dubbed Premier Access, similar to Shanghai Disneyland’s scheme.
In the official Disneyland Paris app, a complimentary option called Standby Pass will be available at certain periods throughout the day. This option allows tourists to join the queue for a 30-minute period, subject to availability and is reported to assist cut wait times at some of the most popular attractions.
Guests will only be able to hold one Standby Pass at a time, similar to the original FastPass program from back in the day. You will, however, be able to obtain another 30-minute time period after your current one has begun.
Disneyland Paris will charge €8 to €15 (between $9 and $18) per ride! Let me say that again… Disneyland Paris will charge €8 to €15 (between $9 and $18) per ride!
Now that park visitors at Walt Disney World have been without FastPass+ for more than a year, we’re wondering if a paid option will be available sooner rather than later. Since Disneyland established its MaxPass program, rumors about a similar Disney World program have been circulating online.
What would you be prepared to pay at Walt Disney World for a similar service?
Sid Philips is a father of two and a loving husband. He currently resides in Pennsylvania and has been a fan of Disney since his parents took him there in 1980! Sid has visited multiple Disney parks around the world and loves each one!
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