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    Starting at the Yacht & Beach Club Resorts, Disney will no longer issue parking permits upon check in; guests will use their Magic Bands for parking at the resort and theme parks.
    http://www.adisneyworldafterall.com/....html?spref=fb

    Any thoughts on this change?
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  • #2
    Originally posted by frandog View Post
    Starting at the Yacht & Beach Club Resorts, Disney will no longer issue parking permits upon check in; guests will use their Magic Bands for parking at the resort and theme parks.
    http://www.adisneyworldafterall.com/....html?spref=fb

    Any thoughts on this change?
    Interesting. I always thought that they wanted the paper parking permits in the windshield so they could quickly identify cars that should be there and tones that are not resort guests. I wonder if they have a plan for identifying cars for people just visiting the resort versus hotel guests.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by RussellH View Post
      Interesting. I always thought that they wanted the paper parking permits in the windshield so they could quickly identify cars that should be there and tones that are not resort guests. I wonder if they have a plan for identifying cars for people just visiting the resort versus hotel guests.
      That's a good point. I wonder how they will identify visitors. I've never driven while at Disney so it won't affect me.

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      • #4
        I agree with Russell. Identifying guests' cars and free park parking were the only uses I ever saw for the the parking passes. The resorts already had key (and now RFID) readers at the gates, so there was never a need to show anything once you had checked in. Putting readers at the parks eliminates one of the reasons for the passes. It also paves the way for unmanned entry gates (allowing them to lay off yet more cast members).
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