Say goodbye to Disneyland’s hand-stamping, as of last Sunday July 9th this form of re-entry for guests with multi-day tickets, is a thing of the past. With changes like the new FastPass system and the upcoming Maxpass service, it comes as no surprise that Disneyland Resort has changed their re-entry process.
For a few years Disneyland Resort guests with annual passes have had their photo on file eliminating the need for hand stamps. Now all guests, including those with one-day tickets, will have their photo attached electronically to their tickets.
With the new process, when passing through the turnstiles upon re-entry at both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park guests will only need their admission ticket or annual pass. When a guest scans their ticket their photo will appear on a computer screen for the Cast Member to verify their identity. Cast Members will be on hand to photograph guests using their tickets for the first time. The new process will help crack down on guests attempting to fake their own hand stamp for re-entry, or passing off admission to someone else.
Headed to Disneyland Resort soon? What do you think about this new change?
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