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“Entry Request” Lottery System Finally Ending at Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast and The Happy Ride with Baymax at Tokyo Disneyland October 18th

When Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast and The Happy Ride with Baymax opened at Tokyo Disneyland last September, they required winning a ride on the two attractions with the Entry Request lottery system, which left many Guests infuriated, unable to secure a ride despite coming to the park explicitly for it. Well those frustrations are finally over, as both attractions will finally move to the Standby Pass system starting October 19th!

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From October 19th onward, Guests visiting Tokyo Disneyland will be able to ride both Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast and The Happy Ride with Baymax by obtaining a Standby Pass. As with other popular Standby Pass attractions, it’s assumed that this will be active all day and Guests may only ride once daily.

Standby Pass works essentially like FastPass, where Guests receive a return window to access the line via the Tokyo Disney Resort App. The only difference is that Standby Pass is required to access these attractions.

This change should alleviate Guest complains about lack of access to the two new attractions, which until now have required winning a single-entry lottery, which many Guests were unable to do, particularly at higher capacities last year.

You can experience both Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast and The Happy Ride with Baymax via our YouTube channel below.

Are you excited to finally take part in these delightful still-new attractions? Let us know in the comments below!

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