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Fool the Mouse and all the Disney workers with this line trick.
Have you ever been to Disney World and thought these lines are horrible. You wait in line, in the Florida heat, for anywhere from 15 minutes to hours, for a ride that lasts 2-3 minutes. If only there was a way to bypass the lines and save all that wasted time. Actually, there is. It’s a little know fact, insider information if you will, that you could skip all that hassle. Walt Disney World offers a Guest Assistants Pass or a GAC pass for those individuals with unapparent medical conditions.

 The GAC pass is not a jump ahead of line pass, its a pass for easier access. You may be able to bypass the line, but should still expect to wait, a little. (Nowhere near the amount of time, that you would normally wait) This card gives you front and center seating to shows. If you are in a wheelchair, for example you have an apparent condition, and are allow to bypass the line, along with your party up to a maximum of six people.  Some of the examples of people that might benifit from this card would be people who get fatigue easily, or have pain from serious health issues due to Heart conditions, Lupus, or Multiple Sclerosis, or even if you are on certain types of medications. You can even get a GAC card if you have hypersensitivity issues that would make it difficult to remain in large crowded areas, or even have “sun sensitivity” issues. Also, people who are subseptible to panic attack from being in a crowded enviroment.

Okay, now you are probably thinking, “How do I get one of these magic, time saving cards?” Walt Disney World, WDW gives out these GAC at the entrance of all of the WDW parks at the Guest Relations kiosk. All you have to do is go to GUest Relations and state your medical condition and why you need a GAC card, that’s it, no Doctor’s note. Although some people do bring a note as some sort of proof. The cast members are responsible for giving out these cards, and they use their own best judgement, but there is no verification, who’s to say that your doctor wrote a note or your teenage son?

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Get a Disney GAC Pass – So You Don’t wait in long lines like an Idiot at Disney!
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61 thoughts on “Get a Disney GAC Pass – So You Don’t wait in long lines like an Idiot at Disney!

  • August 2, 2012 at 10:18 pm
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    Disney has not changed it’s policy. We just took our 2nd trip in 4 months and had just as easy of a time as we did in March. What did you do get a Fastpass? They tell you to get one but as long as your GAC says you can use an alternate entrance you don’t need it. We have never gotten one even though they insist you need one at Guest Services. We always show our card at the entrance and they always fast track us through the line. Nobody has ever asked us for a fastpass. Two other families from our special needs school also just returned from Disney trips and they had the same experience as we did using the GAC. If our son really needs special accommodations, they are still readily available.

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  • August 24, 2012 at 2:27 am
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    I doubt your son’s diabetes restricts him from waiting in line.

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  • November 5, 2012 at 1:07 pm
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    Starting January 2013, the GAC system will change. There will be a registered nurse at the Guest Relations locations & he/she will issue the cards. A nurse is legally allowed to ask more specific questions and ask for documentation. Disney is doing this to weed out all the frauds.

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    Scott Reply:

    What a crock of bull. It isn’t changing & there will be no nurses. Per the ADA they are NOT allowed to ask any questions regarding a disability. It is illegal for them to do so & you making up a lie about nurses is just ridiculous. Idiot.

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    MissyMowse Reply:

    Having a disability I could careless what a nurse wants to know. If she stops one person who’s faking it kudos to her!

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  • November 5, 2012 at 2:28 pm
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    I, myself, have type I, so forgive me for asking, but why would that give us a reason to get a GAC?

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  • November 5, 2012 at 2:32 pm
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    I am a cast member who works at one of their resorts and it’s people like this that piss me off. I work an attraction that moves very quickly and efficiently. We aren’t able to accommodate GAC cards very quickly much like most attractions. We simply provide our disability entrance mainly for wheelchairs. During peak season our special assistants line can be 1 1/2 hours long and our main entrance only 40 minutes. Because people who are fully capable of walking use the special assistance line. Trust me we know when you have a GAC card that doesn’t belong to you and you exploit that. We just aren’t allowed to say anything for legal reasons. So suck it up and wait in line like everyone else. We provide a service for the people who really need it. It’s hard enough having to watch people struggle into the ride. or have to be carried into their seats because they have no use of their legs. The fact that someone would post this to tell anyone to go and get a card with no disability is sick. I hope you can sit back and reflect on who you are as a person.

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  • May 4, 2013 at 7:58 am
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    This is one of the most disturbing things I’ve come across on the internet, which says something. You are absolutely horrific human beings, and I hope you one day get to know a child with, say, autism and understand what you’re doing here. Jesus effing christ.

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  • May 4, 2013 at 8:08 am
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    Wow. I can’t believe you’re directing your anger towards parents who take their ACTUALLY DISABLED children to amusement parks, instead of the abuse this site advocates.
    So instead of trying to do anything they want to do, anything that other kids get to do, and look for solutions to the issues that might arise, the kids should just learn from the start that they’re different and probably will just break down and inconvenience everyone else and they better just not…? That is an incredibly unhealthy attitude to grow up with.

    The system you describe does sound fine to me though when it comes to the things you mentioned, panic disorder and ADHD, if it’s practiced that way in reality.

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  • September 28, 2013 at 7:02 am
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    Posts like this are the reason Disney changed their policy so that people with real disabilities will no longer be able to vacation there. We have canceled taking our son to WDW for Christmas… nice job.

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  • October 4, 2013 at 9:30 pm
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    So? Someone will do it.
    I belong to a brain tumor support group. You’d be appalled at the amount of ppl who’ve faked a tumor for attention, sympathy, money yadda….
    Look up Maunchhausens (sp?) by proxy.

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