If you’ve ever used a FastPass+ to enter any ride at Walt Disney World, then you’ve noticed that you need to touch your band to the Mickey at the entrance of the FastPass+ line, as well as somewhere along the inside of the line as well, as you get closer to the ride. This point is usually at the spot where the Stand-by and FastPass+ lines merge, and is used as a way of preventing or “catching” guests who try to sneak their way into the FastPass+ line without an actual FastPass+.
According to WDWMagic.com, it appears that some rides will be eliminating the second touch-point, hopefully making the FastPass+ line even speedier and smoother for guests now. Have you ever really thought that the second touchpoint was holding you up?
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