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Would the express pass work at Disney?


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  • [Question] Would the express pass work at Disney?

    Would an express pass work at Walt Disney World?

    Universal has the express pass system and it works ok.

    Maybe they can give Express Passes for free to guest staying at Disney hotels and charge it to people are not staying at the Disney hotels.

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    Re: Would the express pass work at Disney?

    There are too many hotel guests at WDW to give all of them express passes.

    A pay-for-use system would work I'm sure, as long as they keep a tight lid on the numbers. I think Universal is better equiped for it though, in terms of queue set-up.

    Based on past negative reaction to the concept, I'm not sure it would be a great idea.
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