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  • On Aug 21, 2021
    Megan from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I was granted DAS status at California Adventure on August 11, 2021. I see that my DAS status will last for 60 days. If I return to the parks within that time, how do I continue to use the Disability Access System? With my old ticket? Please clarify. Thank

    Hello there, Megan!

    I’ll be more than happy to help answer any questions you may have about Disability Access Service (DAS). 

    It wasn’t until I became a mom, to a medical warrior, that I became knowledgeable about Disability Access Service. I had traveled to the Disneyland Resort plenty of times and I knew something along those lines existed, but it wasn’t until a Cast Member brought it up to me that I even considered it for my son. I can’t thank that Cast Member enough! She helped turn our annual visit into one of my most memorable trips.

    I remember looking at my mom midday, on day 1, and sighing because we were all struggling with my son. One of the Cast Members at Radiator Springs Racers caught our expression and encouraged us to visit Guest Services. I’m getting teary-eyed sharing this with you because I couldn’t believe how my favorite place was able to help my son enjoy his visit that much more. It’s 4 years later and now, both the Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort , have also become my son’s favorite places to visit. I can’t thank that Cast Member enough!

    Now, to answer your question about eligibility length, you are correct that DAS is valid for up to 60 days. However, depending on a Guest’s ticket entitlement, this number can change. If you are a Magic Key Holder then yes, your issued DAS is good for the 60 days and renewal will not be needed until then. If you are visiting with a standard1,2, or 3-day ticket, then the DAS attached to the ticket will be good for the duration of the ticket length. If this helps, our visits are usually on a 3-4 day ticket so even if our visits are less than 60 days apart, I have to revisit Guest Services to sign my son back up. (TIP: Check out the new changes to the DAS sign-up starting this fall). 

    I hope this helps answer your question! If you have any others about DAS, or anything else, I’m all EARs!

    Have a Magical Trip!
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Meet the Panelist: Shantel, Arizona

Hi ya Pals! I'm Shantel from Arizona. I am a mom of two and a military wife. I grew up going to the parks, and now we're sharing that tradition with our kids. When I am not visiting the Walt Disney World Resort, I'm at home researching and planning for our next trip! One of my favorite things to do is search for new snacks to try, especially if they are Mickey shaped. I'm definitely living the dream my heart wished for! I cannot wait to answer your questions and help make your vacation even more magical! Learn More About Shantel

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