The Disability Access Service card at Walt Disney World is set to go digital next Monday, moving away from the old-time paper cards and handwritten times.
Starting Monday April 27, the DAS system will change to guests using their Magic Bands or Disney Tickets in order to get a return time for an attraction.
This current system does not change any of the current policies with regards to DAS cards, it is simply just making the process digital.
How do I use the new Disability Access System?
1. Visit Guest Relations Desk at the first park you visit.
The guest(s) in need of the DAS will have to have their photo taken which will then be linked to their MagicBand or park ticket. The DAS receiver will be asked for their party size in order to include them on the DAS record (maximum number of guests is 6). The DAS will then be valid for 60 days.
2. Go to your attraction to get a return time
Visit the regular entrance of the first ride you want to go on and see the Cast Members. The Cast Member will then scan the MagicBand or ticket of a member of the party (any member of the party may do this). The DAS will automatically assign you a return time, which will be the current wait time minus 10 minutes. If you are using the MyDisneyExperience App, the DAS time will be shown on this app.
You can only have ONE reservation at a time using the DAS system.
3. Ride the Attraction
After your wait for returning to the attraction (during which, we recommend visiting another attraction or food stand, etc) you may now go back the attraction!
Take the disabled guest to the ride and enter through the Fastpass+ return line, scan the MagicBand or ticket and the system will light up blue, to alert the Cast Member to check the DAS and the guests.
You may now enter and enjoy the ride!