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  1. Rider

    Disability Access Service (DAS) Updates

    I know you want to get it ahead of time but it doesn't seem worth it. On Tuesday we waited about 15 minutes at Magic Kingdom for DAS and it was done. It still might be better to do it on your first day at the parks until they figure things out with the virtual option.
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    Disability Access Service (DAS) Updates

    If you have had DAS in the past have you tried just saying that and asking to reactivate it for your trip? We didn't use the virtual option but just telling the Guest Relations host at MK we needed to reactivate it was enough. No other questions.
  3. Rider

    Disability Access Service (DAS) Updates

    Now with photo walk through. Note that the posted wait is 15 minutes but the DAS return is slightly less than that.
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    Disability Access Service (DAS) Updates

    Back at the parks today (Epcot) and the app is working to book DAS times. First up is Soarin. To book on the app you just pick the attraction and it tells you the return time. You then add the party members who will be riding with you and that's it. Really easy.
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    Disability Access Service (DAS) Updates

    To summarize our experience today. Nothing different than the DAS of the last few years. You get a time based on the current wait. When you use it you can get another. No limit except the closing of the park. Genie+ can be used with it to get additional return times and you can overlap the times...
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    Disability Access Service (DAS) Updates

    It's not an error. Just an alert letting you know that they overlap.
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    Disability Access Service (DAS) Updates

    DAS on the app DAS and Genie+ work together
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    News Deputies: Man used stolen iPad to give unauthorized tours, skip lines at Disney World

    The article makes it sound like they knew about the overrides for a few days before they found him leading a tour. But either way they didnt know that the iPad was missing.
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    News Deputies: Man used stolen iPad to give unauthorized tours, skip lines at Disney World

    It appears that Disney didn't even know it was missing. He got caught because they closely audit overrides.
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    News Deputies: Man used stolen iPad to give unauthorized tours, skip lines at Disney World

    https://www.wfla.com/disney/deputies-man-used-stolen-ipad-to-give-unauthorized-tours-skip-lines-at-disney-world/ Be honest, who hasn't imagined being able to grab one of those iPad to get themselves unlimited Fastpass? :p
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    News Space 220 Restaurant dining experience at Epcot's Future World

    Hopefully the pumped in smells are faithful to the real space station. https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2020/nov/03/smelly-noisy-and-awash-with-dead-skin-cells-life-on-board-the-international-space-station
  12. Rider

    News Space 220 Restaurant dining experience at Epcot's Future World

    Sand at the beach. Everything at Disney is expensive. It's unavoidable unless you just don't go.
  13. Rider

    News Space 220 Restaurant dining experience at Epcot's Future World

    I'm just saying it's like complaining about the sand at the beach... A day at Disney World is going to be hot, sweaty, and expensive.
  14. Rider

    News Space 220 Restaurant dining experience at Epcot's Future World

    I suggest never going to Disney World, then.
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