The report says the families are paying as much as $1,000 per day to have a disabled person who pretends to be family and gets them past lines at the park.
“This is how the 1% does Disney” The New York Post reported one mom as saying. She continued “you can’t go to Disney without a tour concierge.’’
That mother told the Post that a disabled person with a scooter acted as their guide/family member and took their family of four past people who, in some cases, waited hours.
The service works because Disney parks have a rule allowing a disabled person to bring as many as six family members to the front of the line with them.
The company providing the service is called Dream Tours. The website for the company advertises “quality based, memorable, and affordable vacations, to people with special needs."
The mother of the New York family said their tour guide was a woman named Jacie Christiano, she is also the girlfriend Dream Tours owner Ryan Clement.