Tips for using the FastPass system

Whether or not you choose to get and use the GAC, a wheelchair, or ECV, they ask disabled guests to use FastPass as much as possible, and we have a system that makes your visit easier. Here is a way to use FastPass without dragging disabled, special needs, or elderly family members through the park or sitting around waiting outside attractions until their time to see the show or ride.  It may be extra work for somebody, but it is worth it.
You can stagger the major attractions this way throughout the day, without dragging special needs kids all through the park and having them melt down when they can't immediately get on the ride.  Your next Fastpass (or Yellow Card) time is reduced by the time you spend in the first FastPass attraction.  This system works everywhere that they have FastPass or Express Access. It takes some planning, but it can make your job much easier.

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