One of the best things about visiting the Disney Parks around the globe is that a lot of the areas in which Guests are able to explore are accessible to many.
At Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort, we recently saw the Disability Access Service (DAS) program become even easier! Now, Guests can just log in to their My Disney Experience app when they get into a Park, and on the app, they can select a return time for the ride of their choice, as long as it is available. Prior to this change, Guests would have to approach the attraction they wanted to ride, or a Guest Experience Cast Member to get a return time. This change makes the experience a lot more similar to Disney Genie+ and Lightning Lane.
DLP Report (@DLPReport) recently Tweeted about Disneyland Paris’ new Accessibility Program.
The new Disneyland Paris Accessibility Program is called “MagicALL”. A web page was added with questions and answers about the sweeping changes going into effect on Dec 3, including how to request a priority card online up to 1 month in advance
♿️ The new Disneyland Paris Accessibility Program is called “MagicALL”. A web page was added with questions and answers about the sweeping changes going into effect on Dec 3, including how to request a priority card online up to 1 month in advance:
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— DLP Report (@DLPReport) November 29, 2021
A MagicALL experience for all
At Disneyland Paris, we are committed to providing a magical experience for all of our Guests. MayedgicALL is our approach to accessibility and is intended to empower those with disabilities and special needs through a collection of offerings and services provided for Guests, Cast Members and the community. We continue to address a diverse range of disabilities and special needs – including hearing, mental motor and visual – to deliver an exceptional guest experience. This encompasses how we think about our attractions, entertainment, shopping, dining, hotels, transportation and even booking process, with dedicated Cast Members to provide support every step of the way.
Guests can request their Priority Card one month before arrival but must be sure to bring with them the doctor’s note in which they submitted during their request to be given the card.
If you want to skip the line but do not qualify for the MagicALL program, Disneyland Paris is now operating on a paid Premier Access system where Guests can pay to jump to the front of the line. The way this system works is each Guest must pay a set amount of money per attraction in order to gain access to Premier Access. The only other Disney Park that offers a Premier Access system is Shanghai Disney.
When Disneyland Paris debuted their new system, many were shocked to see the prices that Guests would have to pay to skip a line. Below is a list of what the attractions would cost Guests if they didn’t want to wait in a longer line.
- Autopia: €8 per Guest (which equals just over $9)
- Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast: €15 per Guest (which equals nearly $18)
- Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain: €9 per Guest (which equals nearly $11)
- Star Tours: The Adventure Continues: €8 per Guest (which equals just over $9)
- Peter Pan’s Flight: €15 per Guest (which equals nearly $18)
- Big Thunder Mountain: €12 per Guest (which equals just over $14)
- The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror: €15 per Guest (which equals nearly $18)
- Ratatouille: The Adventure: €12 per Guest (which equals just over $14)
What do you think of Disneyland Paris’ MagicALL program?