In addition to the sheer size and daily attendance at Disney World, it’s no secret that standby lines can be notoriously long. The Disability Access Service (DAS) program is available to those who can’t tolerate extended waits due to a disability.
If you or someone in your group is interested in a DAS pass, here’s a breakdown of Disney DAS pass qualifications and how the DAS program works.
What is the DAS pass at Disney World?
Disney World’s DAS program is a free service that allows guests who can’t tolerate long wait times to bypass the conventional standby line. Instead, they can use DAS to schedule a same-day return time to access the attraction.
The DAS pass is valid for up to 60 days, and all members of a DAS-eligible guest’s party can also receive a DAS pass.
How does Disney World DAS work?
After you’ve been issued a DAS pass, you can schedule your first return time visit to an attraction.
The pass doesn’t give you immediate access to the attraction. Instead,…
This article was written by Jennifer Calonia and originally published on www.nerdwallet.com