Asian Family; Multigenerational
  • On Sep 14, 2023
    Darren from AB Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Family of 9: 2 parents, 5 kids and 2 grandparents. 2 children will need the DAS. I have read that the max number of people you can link is only 6. Do they make exceptions for larger family households? I can’t leave 1 of my kids out or the grandparents.

    Howdy, Darren!

    It sounds like you've got yourself a rootin' tootin' group of Mouseketeers to wrangle up this winter! I'm glad to help you to help you and your crew make the most of the Disability Access Service (DAS) offered at the Disneyland Resort.

    Now Darren, each guest who qualifies for DAS can link up to 5 others with their ticket to create a party. And if you have multiple DAS-eligible folks, you can create multiple groups of 6 members each!

    In order to book those DAS return times for each group, you'll need separate accounts, but here's the great news – as long as you all book those return times around the same time, your wait times should be pretty similar. Unlike Disney Genie+, DAS return times are wonderfully flexible without those strict one-hour windows.

    The best part is that DAS return times don't expire until the end of the day or until you've used them, just like how Woody and his pals stuck together through thick and thin. So, even if your family members get different return times, you can all saunter over to the attraction together once everyone's return time has arrived.

    Here's an example: if two groups have a return time after 1:07 PM, and two more groups have a return time after 2:20 PM for the SAME attraction, you can all rendezvous at the attraction at 3:30 PM, just like a Wild West showdown, only friendlier. This way, you can stick together when using the Lightning Lane for DAS. For attractions without a Lightning Lane for DAS, you can chat with a cast member to make sure your different groups can stick together, as these attractions sometimes blend DAS parties with the regular standby line.

    I hope this clears things up for you, Darren!. If you have another question, please feel free to shoot me another question. I'm here to help you out, and when you ask me directly, I can get back to you even quicker.

    You've got a friend in me,
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Meet the Panelist: Danielle, California

I'm Danielle, happy wife and mom of two of tiny tots. Raised just around the riverbend from the Disneyland Resort, I love finding ways to experience all the magic that The Happiest Place On Earth has to offer! From finding the yummiest snacks, to taking practically perfect photos and adding magic to a romantic night out, let me share A Whole New World of tips to keep your Mouseketeers happy and cozy in the parks and hotels. If you're feeling overwhelmed planning your dream trip, you've got a friend in me! Learn More About Danielle

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