I'm helping a coworker plan her family's WDW vacation during the weekly of January 14, 2019. They are two adults, a ten year old that's tall enough for everything, and a tall four year old that can go on most things but not the biggest coasters (Space Mountain, Everest, Flight of Passage, etc.).
My question is how I should help set up her FP+ reservations with one ticket that won't be able to ride some of the higher-demand attractions (FoP especially). I read somewhere that you could take advantage of rider swap and have FP+ reservation for one adult and the older child and then the other adult could wait with the younger child and then essentially gets a FP and can take the older child again. Has anyone tried doing this?
Just looking for some quick recommendations. The parents have gone to WDW before, but it's been almost ten years and they haven't gone with kids. I'm a Disneyland expert and know have been to WDW but not since FP+ was introduced. They're skipping the studios for the trip, oneTweet
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