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September 11, 2009


Matt Reiff

Since Fastpasses apparently have to be surrendered when they're used, reuse is impossible and so verification is less important. There are likely to be far fewer people who are willing to give away their Fastpasses than there are groups who are willing to come into the park one or two at a time.

As for the woman who saw you leaving--maybe she had a park card already, and just wanted yours to get more Fastpasses?

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