Rich moms hire disabled people for kids to skip lines at Disney

Not all rich people are evil. But the moms hiring disabled tour guides so their kids can skip lines at Disney World are real life Cruella DeVilles.


The scam was revealed in a report from the NY Post.

The article claims that the guides cost $130 an hour or $1,040 for a full eight hour day. The guides will then pose as a disabled family member of the kids in order to get them to the front of the lines immediately rather than waits ranging from an hour to two and a half hours.

One mom tells the Post, “This is how the 1 percent does Disney.”

The ethically devoid route compares favorably to Disney’s pricing for fast passes; their VIP program costs around $380 per hour.

Wealthy parents connected to a disreputable tour guide in Florida by word-of-mouth in their NYC private school circles.

Fear not, poor parents. You can have the same treatment if you love your kids enough and are willing to pay someone $20 to hit you in the kneecap with a baseball bat. It may be the Fung Wah bus of Disney privilege but it gets results.