Enhanced FastPass is a privilege Disney sells Guests who book their vacations through A.A.A. These Guests, who also must stay at a Disney property during their visits, receive the ability to wait in multiple "virtual queues" at once by being able to obtain FastPass tickets to an unlimited number of Attractions at the same time.
By using the Enhanced FastPass feature, these Guests effectively cut in front of all the other Guests in line who are being denied the same capability. The Enhanced FastPass users are waiting once for multiple Attractions and are, in so doing, increasing the wait times at the second, third, and fourth Attractions for all the Guests who do not have the Enhanced FastPass feature.
Additionally, these Enhanced FastPass users are depleting the number of available FastPass tickets and forcing their fellow Guests to use stand-by queues, instead, in instances where, otherwise, FastPass tickets would be available.
In a forum on another service, I raised a few of these concerns, and I was inundated with downright hateful replies. MiceChat is different, though. And, I was wondering whether or not other people here similarly disapprove of Disney and A.A.A.'s offering of Enhanced FastPass, as well as of Guest use of the feature, itself.
I have cancelled my A.A.A. credit card and my A.A.A. membership, and I have sent letters to the managements of both companies indicating my disapproval of their practices, as well as of said managements' disregard to the spirit with which Disneyland was founded.
Enhanced FastPass is really no different than the Front of the Line Pass Universal Studios offers. Disney's version is just more discreet and, as such, more insidious.