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[16 May 2013 | No Comment | ]
Disney Responds to Disabled ‘Black Market Guides’ Posing as Family Members

It has been two days since the New York Post published an article exposing the recent practice of New York haute monde hiring disabled “guides” to masquerade as family members during Walt Disney World vacations.
Why? So they can skip the lines at the parks.
Disney’s reaction has been brief but decisive. According to Disney spokesperson Bryan Malenius, Disney is investigating these and other, similar claims of guests abusing handicap considerations at the parks. As Malenius told CNN,
“It is unacceptable to abuse accommodations that were designed for guests with disabilities. […] …

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[31 Jul 2012 | 2 Comments | ]
Disney to Launch New NextGen Apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android

Disney will be launching a new NextGen application to be used by visitors to Walt Disney World Resort. The app will be called My Disney Experience and will be available for the iPhone, iPad, and Android systems.
The app is expected to replace the current Disney Parks mobile application Mobile Magic in early 2013. The current information contained in the Mobile Magic app, including maps and wait times, will continue to be included on My Disney Experience. In addition, this application is expected to include the Next Generation RFID …

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[9 Feb 2012 | 2 Comments | ]
RUMOR:  Walt Disney World to Begin Enforcing FASTPASS Return Times

Beginning March 7, 2012, you’ll need you may need to take your FASTPASS window seriously, as it is rumored that  Walt Disney World will begin enforcing the times that guests may utilize FASTPASSes.
The FASTPASS system, which allows guests to obtain a ticket for the resort’s most popular attractions later in the day, thus avoiding long stand-by lines, creates a time window during which guests may return and enjoy the ride, normally with a much shorter waiting time.  Previously, it was a well-known fact among Disney fans that guests could return …