Using Toddler's FastPass+ - Bottom Line Answer Requested

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Using Toddler's FastPass+ - Bottom Line Answer Requested

Less than 30 Days!

Can we use our 3 year-old's FastPass+ privileges for rides that he is not tall enough to ride?

He's a little guy and he is going to have more than his fair share of rides, snacks, characters and more amazing things to see than his little eyes can comprehend. lol yeah

But, come one....if we secure FP+ under his name for big rides like Space Mountain, Test Trak, and Expedition Everest, will the CM at the attraction scanner stop us and tell us NO and turn us away?

How can they technically tell whose MagicBand belongs to whom?

I realize we are taking advantage of the system, but I paid for his ticket. His ticket technically gives 3 FP+ per day.

Using his FP+ would get us through the park soooo much easier, giving us time to leave the park mid-day, get our naps in, and head back for dinner ADR's and fireworks.

Would anybody care to chime in and provide peace of mind or scornful looks, I respectfully acknowledge both.



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As long as you switch magic bands when you enter the FP+ queue, you should be good.

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I have hear of lots of people switching MagicBands to ride, I don't think it would be a problem.


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I think you're good to go. I'm pretty sure that the CM would be reaching beyond the scope of their responsibilities to challenge you. The bad thing is that it means only one person can ride an extra time. If you can fend of any jealousy from other members of your party, you should be good to go.


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They can see the name associated with the card/magicband but they never question it. The only time the cms will question a fastpass is if it turns blue at the attraction because you are early/late/didn't set up fastpasses/showed up to the wrong attraction. If it turns green, you won't be stopped.