No. of Recommendations: 8
My daughter has autism, so when we went to Disneyland we were able to get a similar pass. Despite what is represented, the pass does not allow people to entirely bypass lines. You are instead allowed to wait in a separate, less crowded area. You do end up waiting less time, but not no time. That pass was the only way we could take my daughter to Disneyland as waiting in the normal line causes her to go into sensory overload. I will be very annoyed if people taking advantage of it makes Disney reconsider their policy.

On a separate note, research shows that the ability to delay gratification is one of the most important things you can teach a child. These parents are doing their children a serious disservice by teaching them that they are too good to wait. When they are paying 20K a month for their kid's 5th stint through rehab, I doubt they will connect it to their Disney vacations, but they should.

DEG
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