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AlexanderMBush

Legendary Member
Nov 23, 2013
17,531
Arizona
Beginning in Tomorrowland, Disney's now testing paperless fastpass distributions in a centralized location; with 3 attractions testing the new system.


If this sounds familar, then you will recall that Shanghai Disneyland actually does this for area-by-areas.
 
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SkiBum

Veteran Member
Dec 14, 2012
1,418
Cincinnati, OH
I like the bridge connecting the parking garage to the walking path to Downtown Disney/Disneyland. Seems like a nice walk. My only complaint, and it's really nothing, is that they could have made a "natural" bridge like Universal has from Cabana Bay to the walkway to Universal Studios/IOS.
 

Stryker

Member
Feb 22, 2018
635
So Cal
They should do like the stupid plastic straw ban in CA and provide a paper FP if the person requests one in case they don't have or want to use the app as a reminder.
 
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Ron101

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Apr 9, 2018
527
California
You might not need MaxPass anymore with these one location fastpass systems. It's still worth it if your a park hopper and want to get FP for rides at the other park.
 

Tobias

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Feb 25, 2014
1,143
You might not need MaxPass anymore with these one location fastpass systems. It's still worth it if your a park hopper and want to get FP for rides at the other park.
While I think those centralized FP distribution for various lands will be an improvement, for me MaxPass still has the edge of reserving anywhere...including the FP line of the attraction you just entered. Same goes for the shorter time window wait, the unlimited photopass downloads etc.

As I've said, the centralized FP centers will be nice, but it's still something you have to physically trek to and wait in line for. It's an aspect which can take up time, and MP eliminates ALL of that.
 

JawsVictim

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Nov 3, 2015
1,261
I have to admit, I enjoyed Hyperspace Mountain much more than MK’s Space Mountain. Also thought it was a better SW attraction than Smuggler’s Run. Sad to see it go.
 

Freak

Veteran Member
Jan 10, 2013
4,141
No man's land: SoCal
Today should be the first day of “hell week” for the parks. I’m looking at wait times for DLR and they’re pretty low for the week between Christmas and NY! Last year I recall it being insane. Now it’s reasonable. I guess both the added capacity from GE and the huge price increase leveled the crowds!