Cinderella Castle 50th Day
  • On Mar 26, 2022
    Julia 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'm from UK, I would like to know how to get DAS in advance? I believe if you get it in advance 2 rides per day can be prebooked. If I wait until at guest relations I cannot prebook? How does someone from UK get DAS in advance and get to prebook?

    Hello Julia, 

    Thanks so much for asking me such an important question about your upcoming April holiday to the magic of Walt Disney World Resort!  And as the current UK-based Panelist, of course, it will be my absolute pleasure to offer you some assistance.

    During previous holidays at Walt Disney World Resort, one of my own family members has benefited from the Disability Access Service (DAS).  The DAS really did help them be able to tolerate waiting within a traditional queue environment, and therefore helped make their holiday to the most magical place on earth, even jollier than ever!

    Julia, I'm more than happy to share that upon arrival to the United States of America, Guests like you and I who visit from the United Kingdom, may indeed go ahead and access the Pre-Arrival Registration via live chat for the Disability Access Service (DAS). 

    Pre-Arrival Registrations for the DAS can be accessed by logging into the My Disney Experience account on a laptop computer, or via their My Disney Experience Mobile App - as long as the devices used have both video and audio capabilities. 

    Pre-Arrival Registration via live chat for the Disability Access Service (DAS) can be accessed any time from 2 to 30 days ahead of arrival at Walt Disney World Resort, and if eligible, the DAS will be good for the entire length of your visit, or up to 60 days.

    Alternatively, upon arrival at Walt Disney World Resort, it's always possible to stop by any Guest Relations location within a Disney Theme Park where you'll be able to connect in person with Cast Members who can discuss your own particular needs concerning the Disability Access Service (DAS).

    Julia, it might be useful for you to understand, holders of the Disability Access Service (DAS) are able to create DAS Advance selections, which at present are 2 x per day (when combined with valid Disney Theme Park Tickets and Disney Park Pass reservations). 

    In addition, Guests may also choose 1 x Attraction return time (at a time), via the self-service option found on the My Disney Experience Mobile App, or by visiting Cast Members at Guest Relations or at any of the Guest Experience Team podiums dotted around the Disney Theme Parks.

    Julia, I hope I've been able to provide a little pixie-dusted insight into your fast-approaching holiday to the most magical place on earth! 

    All that now remains is for me to wish you a holiday that is truly filled with the most zip-a-dee-doo-dah-Disney-days!  ~ Jane
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Meet the Panelist: Jane, United Kingdom

As the UK "Mum" on the planDisney Panel I'm able to assist those lucky Guests visiting Walt Disney World Resort from the United Kingdom who generally enjoy a whole 2 week magical stay. The planning and organising of resorts, Advance Dining Reservations and extra pixie dusted holiday fun for solo travellers, large or small family groups is my absolute pleasure! Learn More About Jane

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