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  • On Apr 12, 2012
    Christopher from VA Asked

    How does the baby swap work? We are going to be traveling to WDW with a 6 yr old and a 2 yr old. So, could we do the swap so that my husband and I could each ride with our 6 yr old (she rides twice) while the other waits with the little guy?

    Hi Christopher, 

    The Rider Swap Pass is something that you need to know about when you have small children!  When you would like to ride an attraction, you need to talk with a Cast Member at the beginning of the line and tell them you would like a Rider Swap Pass.  Then whoever is staying off with your two year old can walk around the park while the others stay in line.  When the attraction is over, you will just go to the Fast Pass line with your Rider Swap Pass.  This will allow you and up to three other guest to ride the attraction without waiting in line again.  It is brilliant.  We have used this often when our children were smaller.  I hope you have a magical vacation, Christopher.    
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