Monday, August 29, 2016

NEWS: Children Under the Age of Ten Now Required to Fingerprint at Walt Disney World Parks

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Children Under the Age of Ten Now Required to Fingerprint at Walt Disney World Parks
by: guide4wdw - Collin
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While fingerprinting when you arrive at a Disney Park is nothing new, for some of the younger guests it very well may be! Reports are surfacing this week that children under the age of 10 are being required to fingerprint where they weren't required to in the past. The change is taking place at any location where Magic Bands are required for theme park entrance.  

Disney claims that the new practice is a result of the increased frequency of ticket fraud as well as guests sharing tickets with other families on separate days. This would allow the family to avoid buying a ticket or would make it possible to pay less for park entrance by adding additional days to their admission ticket then passing off the ticket to another guest under the age of 10. 

While I understand the reasoning behind the decision, many guests are likely to be upset by the inconvenience. Also, this may have an effect on the growing lines to enter the park, especially with the increased security that is required due to recent events. 

Let us know what you think. Do you like the new process? Do you dislike the process? Will it affect you?  

Source: wdwnt.com 
    



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