Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- Just read about DAS on Disney Blog that "return times valid until redeemed by DAS cardholder." Does this mean we could get several return times for our autistic DS, then go back and start riding if we want instead of one at a time, killing time
- - Asked by Jaynee from Indiana on 10/5/2013
- Hi again, Jaynee!
Thanks for visiting the Moms Panel with your questions about the new Disability Access Service (DAS) Card. Disney Parks are committed to providing accommodations for Guests with varying needs and abilities. The new DAS Card will allow Disney to continue to assist Guests who truly need these types of accommodations.
With the DAS Card, Guests may reserve only one return time at a time; however, DAS return times do not "expire," meaning Guests may return at the specific return time listed or any time later that same day. The return time will be equivalent to the current standby wait time for the specific attraction minus 10 minutes.
So, you must use the return time listed before you can receive another return time. It will not be possible to have multiple concurrent return times for different attractions. Please keep in mind that you may also take advantage of Disney's FASTPASS service to reduce your time in line at eligible attractions.
Please write back with any additional questions you may think of -- the Moms Panel is always here to help you plan a magical vacation!
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