From Tuesday 6th October 2020, Disneyland Paris will launch a new Stand-by Pass system that lives within the Disneyland Paris application.
Stand-by pass will be gradually rolled out across the two parks on a number of attractions. On launch guests will be able to reserve for Crush’s Coaster. Attractions to be added at a later date are: Dumbo: The Flying Elephant, Peter Pan’s Flight, Big Thunder Mountain, Star Wars: Hyperspace Mountain, Autopia, The Twilight Zone: Tower of Terror and Ratatouille: The Adventure.
How does it work?
Guests will be able to book a time slot to enter the attraction queue. Only guests with a Standby Pass will be permitted to enter the queue for the attraction. There will be a limited amount of time each morning and evening where a Standby Pass will not be required for queue access.
Once you are in the park, you can link tickets and passes within the app to create a “group”. One guest will then reserve a standby pass for the entire group. The pass will display as a QR code on the app which will be scanned in by a Cast Member.
This is undoubtedly a big step forward in the digital technology used at Disneyland Paris and should allow for things such as digital fast passes in the future.