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    Nick Rendina

    Think this will be a bad idea. It never slowed mw down and I go during peak seasons mostly. This will cause guests who think it fun to “cut” or others you have no morals just jump in. I see arguments in the future with this decision in a place where that does not usually happen.

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    I have to agree with you 100%. I’ve seen people jump to the FP side and then get caught closer to the ride. I hope they only eliminate the second touch point in rides where it is [almost] impossible to line-jump.

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    Jennifer P.

    I agree. I’m sure the line jumper are excited for this change. I also thought Disney used it to time the fastpass lines. Maybe not but I’m guessing they could.

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    Awesome Amy

    Never thought that it slowed me down; I was actually thankful it was there. I’m a Rule Follower. People who don’t follow rules drive me batty, so I was happy the second point was there to catch the line-jumpers who tried to sneak in the FP line. I didn’t see it happen often, but it sure was gratifying to see Standby-to-FP line jumpers get sent out to the back of the line.

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