Rules of the Challenge
Rules, who likes rules? Rules are unavoidable but we try to keep things simple.
Transportation between parks is solely up to the challenger. Challengers are asked to only use options available to all guests.
- No Skip the line privileges
- No Club Level Fastpass
- No Club 33 special edition Fastpass
- No VIP Tour Guides
- No Family/Friends holding your place in line
- No Special Tickets Events (Early Morning Magic, Disney After Hours, DVC Moonlight Magic, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, etc…. (This Rule will be changing 8/1/19. Use of Early Morning Magic, After Hours, Halloween, and Christmas Party events will be permitted).
- No purchasing extra tickets to gain additional Fastpass options.
- No “No Strings Attached” redemption certificates
- No paper Fastpasses that may be given to you as guest recovery
- No violating any park rule.
Disability Access Service Fastpasses are not available to everyone, but we have created a separate scoring board because we do not want to exclude anyone from participating,
- Yes, you may use Fastpasses that turn into Multi Experiences on any ride for any ride of your choice. You may NOT use a Fastpass for an attraction that is not part of a challenge. For example, you cannot book It’s Tough to Be a Bug Fastpass just because you noticed it was down and use it on any ride. It must be a ride for ride switch.
- Yes, you may use pre-park opening breakfast reservation to enter the park early, but you may not ride until the park opens to day guests.
- Yes, you may have a family who is not a participating team member bring you water or food (please don’t have a heat stroke due to a fun challenge).
- Yes, you may use Single Rider lines, but each person must provide a photo on the ride.
- If a ride breaks down while you are on it, and you provided a photo on the actual ride, the ride will count.
- Initial Fastpasses must be posted to Twitter using @RideEvery and the challenge hashtag one hour before first park opening
- Same day fast pass pickups must be posted to Twitter using @RideEvery and the challenge hashtag. Please make sure that Fast Passes displays the individual’s name.
- On-ride photos must be posted to Twitter using @RideEvery and using the proper challenge hashtag. We ask that photos are time stamped. Jason Gourley has created the Theme Park App and it has simplified posting to Twitter and tracking your progress. You can download the app by visiting https://themeparkchallenge.com/ and downloading the app via Google Play or Apple App Store. Please reach out via Twitter to @monorailcoral if you have any questions regarding the app. We encourage all app users to leave a review of the app after their attempt. All photos MUST be ON the actual ride. In line photos will not count. Main Street Vehicles need to be obvious enough, so taking the photo with the driver in the photo as you move up the street would be very helpful..
- Attempts are scored based on the time stamp of your first picture and the time stamp of your final ride photo. Scores will be listed with a total ride count and a time duration.
- If a question regarding a rule is not specifically addressed then it is up to the challenger to use his or her own judgement. Please ask for clarification if need be. You may also ask @RideEvery for assistance
- Challenges will be scored within 24-72 hours after the attempt and we will post scores on our leader board
Hall of Fame
The Hall of Fame is reserved for anyone who fully completes one of our challenges according to our stated rules. It is a very difficult challenge and we offer recognition to those who can complete the challenge. We rank the completions by the number of rides completed and then by total time it took to complete the challenge. Prior challenge attempts using the Theme Park Challenge App can be accessed via the website:
*Please note that failure to post a Fastpass screen shot or on-ride photo will result in forfeiture of the challenge
*We also realize that the ability to deceive or cheat exists and we hold all challengers accountable for their own actions based on the honor system.
Take a look at the FIVE different challenges and decide which is best for you!
- #EveryRideWDW Challenge
- #EveryRideToddler Challenge – Rides with no height limit
- #EveryRideKids Challenge – Rides with height limit of 40″ or less
- #EveryRideTeens Challenge – No Kiddie rides
- #EveryRideDLR Challenge – Take on Disneyland!
Sign up for your version of the challenge by completing the following fields. All are required.