Will Disney Start Charging for FastPass?

Published date on June 6, 2017

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Recently Disney unveiled Disney MaxPass, a new paid version of Fast Pass that will allow guests at Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure the ability to use mobile devices to make reservations.

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Disney is an introductory fee of only $10 per day in order to use MaxPass. Disney World’s digital system is available at no additional cost. Disney defends the practice by including unlimited downloads of in-park PhotoPass images — a good deal for those who collect on-ride and character greeting snapshots — but unlimited PhotoPass access is already a part of some of higher-end annual passes. The big fear for park fans that Disney is taking the first step toward charging for its ride reservations system.