By now, Disney World regulars are accustomed to FastPass+. This means that heading back to Disneyland and switching to the original FastPass system can feel confusing to them. Fortunately, Disneyland has made some changes to simplify things.
To begin with, all FastPasses have been made digital, meaning they are linked to your ticket. No more paper tickets to keep track of! Just scan your ticket at the ride entrance and you’re in.
Better yet, Disneyland has recently rolled out the MaxPass service. This is a paid service and costs $10 per person, per ticket, per day. It allows the user to make day-of FastPass reservations from an app on their phone, and gives them the opportunity to make a new one each time they use a previous pass. Additionally, the service gives users unlimited PhotoPass downloads for the day.