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Centralized Fastpass Kiosk For 3 Tomorrowland Rides In Pilot Program

Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters
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TMS-4503
Source:
Orange County Register
Author:
Brady Macdonald
Dateline:
October 08, 2019
Posted:
October 11, 2019
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Current
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Disneyland plans to unveil a new centralized FastPass kiosk for three Tomorrowland rides as part of a pilot program that will let visitors obtain paperless attraction reservations tied to the Anaheim theme park’s mobile app.

A new centralized Tomorrowland kiosk will distribute FastPasses for the Space Mountain, Star Tours and Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters attractions, according to Disneyland officials.

The new Tomorrowland FastPass kiosk is expected to open in mid-October. Laughing Place reported that the new Tomorrowland FastPass kiosks will debut on Oct. 15.

The new touch screen FastPass kiosk will be located in front of the Tomorrowland Theater. Paper FastPasses will no longer be distributed for the three Tomorrowland attractions. Digital FastPasses for the three rides will be linked to the Disneyland app. Visitors will still only be able to obtain one FastPass at a time at the Tomorrowland kiosk.

The pilot program will gauge visitor usage of and reaction to the new centralized FastPass kiosk in Tomorrowland. Visitors not using the Disneyland app can take a photo of the Tomorrowland FastPass kiosk touch screen with their smartphone to confirm their attraction return time.

The popular FastPass system allows visitors to book return times in advance for their favorite attractions and wait in a shorter line at a prescribed time. Since the late 1990s, Disneyland has distributed the free FastPasses using paper tickets.

The $15 Disney MaxPass system launched in 2017 lets visitors book digital FastPass reservations via their smartphones using the Disneyland app without visiting a physical FastPass kiosk. The paper FastPasses remain free with park admission.

Disneyland’s multi-year Project Stardust program has sought to find ways to relieve congestion, improve traffic flow and free up space in the 64-year-old theme park.
 
Attractions Referenced

Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters

Space Mountain

Star Tours: The Adventures Continue

Tomorrowland Theater

 
Lands Referenced

Tomorrowland

 
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