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  • On Aug 3, 2022
    Jenny from SC Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    My family is going to Disney World in Oct. We will be using DAS for my granddaughter. We plan to register her virtually & at the time setup 2 DAS passes for each park. When we arrive, will we have to use both passes first before we can select more?

    Hiya Jenny - welcome back to planDisney!

    Thanks so much for stopping by with another question for our team of panelists. We love helping Guests just like you plan your very own, very magical, Walt Disney World Resort vacations!

    I'm excited to hEAR that you're planning your next vacation for October. The pixie dust will certainly be flying for the Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary Celebration, full of exciting new attractions, entertainment, food, and so much more!

    When a Guest pre-registers for the Disability Access Service (DAS) online (currently only available to Guests located in the United States), a Cast Member will assist you with booking up to two DAS Advance selections for each day you plan to visit the Theme Parks. These will each be one-hour return windows, and you must experience each attraction within its window.

    Once you are physically inside one of the four magical Theme Parks, the DAS-registered Guest will be able to use their My Disney Experience Mobile App to select a return time for an attraction they would like to experience. A return time is typically the current wait time for the attraction's standby queue, so if the posted wait time is 30 minutes, your DAS return time will likely be in about 30 minutes. The great news is that instead of spending that time waiting in the standby queue, you are able to wait in whatever way meets your needs. At your return time, simply enter the attraction through the Lightning Lane! Guests are able to hold one return time at a time, so as soon as you experience one attraction, you can request a return time for your next attraction. The DAS-registered Guest is also able to select up to five additional Guests to join them on each attraction!

    The best news of all is that any DAS Advance selections you may make during the online pre-registration process are completely independent. So, no matter what DAS Advance selections you have waiting for you throughout the day, you can still request a DAS return time for an attraction as soon as you enter the park. You just have to use that DAS return time to experience the attraction before you can request another one. Also note that while DAS Advance selection do have a specified time window you must use them in, when using DAS return times you are welcome to return to the attraction any time after your return time. That being said, it's definitely best to return as soon as you can so you can request another return time for your next attraction!

    I hope this information has been helpful, Jenny. Please let me know if any additional questions pop up that you'd like answered!

    Ryan J.
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