Mom And Son Safari
  • On Oct 23, 2010
    Anne from MI Asked

    I've read several Q&As about Rider Swap with younger children, but here's a twist...there are 2 adults and one child in our party. Since both adults want to ride the rides, too, can we participate in Rider Swap, also, when only 2 riders are permitted?

    Hi Anne!

    Rider Swap is designed to benefit the parent or adult as much as the child, so if I understand your question, the adult can use Rider Swap even if a child isn't going on the ride with them.

    For example, when we had our first born, my wife and I visited Disney when she was around 3. If there was a ride both of us absolutely wanted to get on, we would use Rider Swap. My wife would in most cases get on first while I hung back with my daughter, then when she returned, I'd use the Rider Swap pass and get on, while she stayed back attending to our girl.

    So, it benefit adults very well in situations such as this.

    Hope that answers your question!

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