Well-Heeled Using People With Disabilities To Dodge Disney Lines
Wealthy moms are reportedly paying people with disabilities big bucks to tag along on their Disney World vacations, all in an effort to avoid the theme park’s notoriously long lines.
The families are hiring “guides” with special needs to join them at Disney World for $130 per hour through a Florida tour company that only works with customers on a referral basis.
Disney allows visitors with disabilities and up to six people in their group to access rides through an alternate entrance and avoid the standard lines.
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Though such visitors are not guaranteed immediate boarding, one mother who used the concierge service boasted that her daughter waited just one minute to ride “It’s a Small World” even though there was a two-and-a-half hour wait, reports The New York Post. To read more click here.