Originally planned to reopen in February, Disneyland Paris is now scheduled to open on April 2, 2021. Back in October, the park rolled out Standby Pass to minimize wait times and ensure physical distancing. The rollout wasn’t too smooth though, as the system had many technical issues and the rollout was suspended, but then later resumed for a short time before the park closed again. For the targeted April reopening, the Parisian park has announced that it will again implement Standby Pass.
The Standby Pass is a free service available via the official Disneyland Paris app. During certain periods of the day, you will be required to reserve a Standby Pass to be able to join the queue for some of the park’s most popular attractions. Similar to FastPass+, this pass will allocate a 30-minute time slot for entrance to the attraction, subject to availability.
Upon downloading the app, you must log into your Disney account and link any Park Tickets or Passes before being able to enter the Parks and reserve a Standby Pass.
Once you enter the Parks, you’ll be able to choose an attraction and reserve a Standby Pass if one is available.
After you have joined the queue, you will receive a 30-minute allocated window to arrive at the attraction for entrance.
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