- Favourite Ride
No, I've never bought one. I did receive one at Thorpe Park in 2012 when Stealth broke down whilst I was queuing for it. But apart from that, never used them.
ILC said:You can't cheat a free fastrack system :S
Lottie. said:Gosh, I remember the days when you put your entry ticket into a machine and out popped a fastback ticket with a time to return to so you can ride it.
Shame those days are gone.
Haha yes a lot of systems like this will accept any old barcode. I went to the Space Centre in Leicester the other year and the turnstiles let me in when I scanned my MAP. Many lolz.Benzin said:When you could extort the system with any form of barcode (water bottles for example), it's kinda obvious why they changed it...
IanB said:I am sure the only reason Disney still offer free fast passes is because when they launched it they promised it would always be free. At that time, everyone was doing it for free. I am sure if they could go back and change it, they would.
Should people who pay for the Disney Behind the scenes tours be ashamed, or feel guilty, because they are paying for a perk, other guests do not get?
Should people who pay to be a Zoo Keeper for the day at CWOA be ashamed or feel guilty because they are paying for a perk other guests do not get?
Do the people who run the parks, and fund the parks, deserve to get something back for what they have put it?
As long as the Perks are expensive enough that it covers the cost of it, and the additional revenue goes towards improving the experience of all the guests, I do not have a problem with it.
Plastic Person said:Those examples are completely redundant, because they're not comparable to the state of the current Fastrack system...nor do I see the revenue being invested back into any of the Merlin parks.