I have never been to Disneyland or Walt Disney World or even Euro Disney but everyone hates lines!
Both parks, Walt Disney World and Disneyland, you can acquire a Fastpass.
Disney FASTPASS Service is a complimentary benefit to all park Guests that allows you to enjoy the rest of the Disneyland Resort while your place in line is saved.
Here are a list of the rides covered at the two main parks in Disneyland:
- Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
- Indiana Jones Adventure
- Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin
- Space Mountain
- Splash Mountain
- Star Tours
Disney California Adventure Park
- California Screamin’
- Goofy’s Sky School
- Grizzly River Run
- Radiator Springs Racers (distributed near It’s Tough to Be a Bug!)
- Soarin’ Over California
- The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
- World of Color (distributed at Grizzly River Run)
Starting at $175 an hour, with a six hour minimum, you can hire a Disney Guest Relations host to escort you and your family or group around the park (this does not include admission costs).
The VIP host essentially serves as an unlimited FastPass for your entire group. The VIP host can escort you into any FastPass line at any time, regardless of when the posted return time is or if the ride’s FastPasses are all distributed for the day.
When I heard about this unethical trick to get to skip the line at Disneyland I was floored.
[styled_box title=”Disclosure” color=”red”]I do not condone this and consider this unethical.[/styled_box]
Disabled Tour Guide
Did you hear about this interesting story last month about guests hiring physically disabled tour guides so they can skip lines at Disney World.
[quote]The Disney corporate policy allows each guest who needs a wheelchair or motorized scooter to bring up to six guests to a more convenient entrance. [/quote]
I was so shocked when I read this story (I hate hearing stories where people take advantage of a disability).
Would you ever use any of these services?
I can’t believe you’ve never experienced Disney! It’s AWESOME!! We’ve been to Disneyland & Euro Disney and cannot wait to one day go to Disney World. We’ve used the fast pass many times. You can only have one fast pass at a time however, so we would pick certain rides for certain times depending on how busy they were or how much we liked them.
Another tip for a couple traveling with a small child: No one wants to stand in line twice, but you both can’t ride if your child is too young/small to go on the ride. Disney allows one parent to ride while the other waits at the front of the line. Once the first parent gets off, the other parent can ride. This is a real time saver and a great way for both parents to go on all the rides. We even found that sometimes the ride attendants will let a single parent sneak into the fast pass line 😉
Thanks for sharing your tips!
We have not had a chance to go but we hope to take our daughter when she is older.
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