Disney’s new MaxPass addition to their Fastpass system debuted at the Disneyland and Disney California Adventure theme park’s Wednesday.
The feature -- available for a per-ticket fee of $10 per day -- allows park guests to digitally reserve a Fastpass from their mobile device through the Disneyland app, instead of having to secure one at each individual attraction.
"With this electronic option, you won’t need to walk over to a kiosk to secure a FASTPASS entitlement—you can simply make a FASTPASS selection (subject to availability) using the Disneyland app and then scan your code at the entrance when it’s time to experience the attraction," Disneyland's website states.
The new system also allows users to download, save and share PhotoPass pictures from their visit.
Disney noted on its website that each member of a person's party will need to purchase the option in order for everyone to be able to download the passes digitally.
Guests will still be able to obtain a Fastpass for free by going to the kiosk at the attraction.
MaxPass can be included as an add-on feature for those who purchase a ticket through the Disneyland app, on disneyland.com or at the Disneyland Resort.
Annual passport holders can get the option for a daily add-on of $10 through the Disneyland app, or they can get it add it on annually for $75 by visiting the Disneyland Ticket Booth.
Disney recently added Fastpass options to the Matterhorn Bobsleds and Toy Story Mania, upping the total number of attractions that utilize the system at both parks to 16.
Full details on MaxPass can be found here.