Secret wristband that lets you jump the queues at Disney theme parks for free – but there's a catch | The Sun

A DISNEYLAND guest has revealed the secret free wristband that allows guests and family members to jump queues at the park, but it's not available to everyone.

Park visitor Jamie Bidwell found out about a special pregnancy pass for visitors who are expecting, that gives them priority access to rides and character meetings.

She wrote about the pass in the Facebook group "Disneyland Paris For Brits," to let other people know about it.

She said: "Getting the Pregnancy pass at Disney, you can get this at City Hall or your Disney hotel concierge desk. We queued at City Hall but you only need to see the person at the front of the queue to get your wristband, you don't have to go in.

"For evidence I showed them my due date on the Badger App that we use now and that was enough, no need for letters or paperwork.

"The wristband allows four people to skip ride/character meet queues and permits two into the priority areas for parades and Illuminations, which is right at the front and you can sit down.

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"Our first ride to try this on was Buzz I just showed my wristband and they let me in through the Premier Access lane so we walked straight onto the ride.

"I hope this review helps a lot as when I was trying to find a review on the wristband and how to use and get it I couldn't find anything, so thought I would take the time to write this all down and help other pregnant women who are going in the future."

A description of the pass on the Disneyland Paris website said: "Collect this bracelet on presentation of a medical certificate dated less than 3 months (French or English) at the dedicated counters at the entrance to Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios, at hotel concierge services or at City Hall and Studio Services.

"The Pregnant Woman bracelet allows priority but not immediate access to attractions, shows and meetings with Disney Characters, as well as to the cash desks of our restaurants and shops.

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"You can be accompanied by four attendants for the attractions and shows, and two attendants for the parades.

"Please consult the Accessibility Maps for details of how to access our attractions."

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Meanwhile, here are 22 things that are free at Disney World in Florida.

There are other things available for free at Disney parks too, for guests celebrating their birthdays.

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