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Breaking: More Changes To Disability Access Cards

WDWNews is reporting that the paper Disability Access Cards are no more. The change was made as of today.

 

The new Disability Access Service will be tied to the MyMagic+ system and be attached to guests MagicBands.

Quoting from WDWNews:

“Under the new system starting today, when the guest who needs the DAS arrives at Guest Relations, the rest of the party will have to be there to have their media (tickets, MagicBands) attached to the guest the DAS guest on their account. If anyone is to be added to the party at any point later on, you will have to return to guest relations to get them added.

After this is done, you can start obtaining return times for attractions. Simply go to the attraction, check in with a cast member, and they will scan your media. The cast member will ask who attached to the DAS is riding. The guest is then given a return time to come back at. When they return, all of the guests riding will have to scan their media, just like a FastPass+.”

With the system going digital and tying to MyMagic+, no guests will be able to have more than one card.  This should cut back on people that try to game or cheat the system by getting multiple cards for members of their family to gain more access to rides. We can’t imagine that actually happens, but apparently is does.

Stay tuned for further information and news as this story develops.

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