Disney Begins New FastPass+ Enforcement Rules Today

For some time now, Disney Park guests have been finding more and more ways to abuse the FastPass+ system.

As a countermeasure, Disney have unveiled a new part of their system named, “In-Park Validation,” that has the potential to lock guests out of the My Disney Experience app.

This new addition allows Disney to crack down on those that may use their friends park tickets, who are not currently in the park, to book an extra FastPass+ for rides.




Disney states in their FastPass+ program rules that, “The valid theme park admission associated with your Site/App account and used to make FastPass+ selections must be the same valid theme park admission you will use for entry into the park on the day the FastPass+ selections are redeemed.”

Cast Members monitoring the system will receive a notification that the ticket was not used to enter the park that day, allowing for the denial of entry to the FastPass+ line. If repeated attempts are made to abuse the system, the owner of the ticket will be locked out of the My Disney Experience app.

What do you think of this new rules? Does it help or hurt the guest experience? Leave us a comment below!

2 thoughts on “Disney Begins New FastPass+ Enforcement Rules Today

  1. I was recently st the parks and think it is a good idea. Trying to get a system that is fair is hard enough let alone when people “cheat the system” as there are always some. Lines are long enough and everyone wants their turn – fast pass is already in itself a “bonus”…..if you’re not there in the park, it’s not fair for someone to use your card and cheat other people out of a space.

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