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Trying to Find Baby Switch Pass Info.

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  • Trying to Find Baby Switch Pass Info.

    Hi, I'm preparing for a family trip to DL in August and I was curious as to how the Baby Switch Pass works on different attractions.

    Since many of you work on attractions, perhaps you could all be of some help to my search!

    When Googling or searching MC for info. regarding the BSP, I basically get generic information that says that is does exist(as we all know), you just have to ask, but nothing specific as to where one waits, etc. for each individual ride.

    I'm really trying to get as much info. as possible before our trip in August, so if you work on an attraction and know how the BSP works for your specific attraction, and could share that, that would be awesome!

    OR!

    If you know a place I could go to gain this info, that's be great, too!

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Trying to Find Baby Switch Pass Info.

    It's basically the same for most. You ask the greeter station and they will give you a pass to return. On fastpass attractions, you use the FP return line and your pass is good for up to 3 people to be used like a FP.

    For these attractions, you wait outside the ride.

    For non-FP attractions, I think they normally have you wait and return via the exit ramp.

    The question is good for those that do not have a greeter position (like most of the Fantasyland attractions, etc)

    Another valuable question is knowing which rides allow 'carry-ons' where you are allowed to hold your child in your lap.

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    • #3
      Re: Trying to Find Baby Switch Pass Info.

      Thanks for the quick reply! Yes, I'm wondering the same in regards to the non-greeter rides. I know most of Fantasyland allows carry-ons. Although, I'm hoping if that's not the case, somebody will give me a head's up here.

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      • #4
        Re: Trying to Find Baby Switch Pass Info.

        it will also help if you search for 'rider swap' or 'child switch' instead of 'baby'. A google search on 'disney child switch' turns up a few references as well.

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        • #5
          Re: Trying to Find Baby Switch Pass Info.

          Originally posted by flynnibus View Post
          it will also help if you search for 'rider swap' or 'child switch' instead of 'baby'. A google search on 'disney child switch' turns up a few references as well.
          That helped tremendously. I found a site explaining the whole switch thing in detail, which was nice.

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          • #6
            Re: Trying to Find Baby Switch Pass Info.

            cool - glad it helped

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            • #7
              Re: Trying to Find Baby Switch Pass Info.

              Originally posted by SaraNoH View Post
              That helped tremendously. I found a site explaining the whole switch thing in detail, which was nice.
              Care to share the link with us?
              Jeff made me famous!
              From the Mouth of the Mouse.

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              • #8
                Re: Trying to Find Baby Switch Pass Info.

                Originally posted by Garrett240 View Post
                Care to share the link with us?
                Sure, Disney Untangled - FASTPASS and Rider Switch

                Scroll down. Rider Switch Pass has a large paragraph devoted to it.

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