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Disability Access Service at Walt Disney World to go digital

Walt Disney World will be transitioning their Disability Access Service (DAS) cards to digital beginning Thursday, April 30. Guests utilizing this program will have their information added to their MagicBands or tickets, allowing them to be scanned when guests return to the attractions. The current system uses paper cards where cast members can hand-write the return times for each attraction.

Disney says nothing else will be changing.

News source: Orlando Sentinel

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