Disneyland Resort has been making many changes in the way they operate, this year. Last month they rolled out a new FastPass system, eliminating the need to keep your paper FastPasses, and as of July 9th, 2017 hand stamps upon re-entry to the parks are a thing of the past. Next week, the MaxPass is expected to launch, the latest in Disneyland changes.
The MaxPass takes a nod from the Walt Disney World FastPass+ system, allowing guests to book their FastPasses electronically through the Disneyland app saving you from running the park to book your FastPasses. The catch? The MaxPass will be a paid service. Only available to guests willing to pay $10 per person, per day, for the service. You will be able to manage multiple guests under one account as long as each guest has paid the $10 fee. Along with the ability to book through the app, the MaxPass includes unlimited downloads of PhotoPass photos for the day/days purchased.
Guests will still be able to obtain FastPasses for their favorite attractions free of charge by visiting the attraction’s FastPass kiosk.Will you be using Disneyland’s new MaxPass service during your next park visit?
What do you think of all the recent changes to the Disneyland Resort services?
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