Workers at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park took photos of visitors entering the parks Tuesday as part of a new crackdown on abuse of multiday passes, the Los Angeles Times reports. Disney has been struggling to stop ticket brokers in Anaheim from buying multiday park passes at a discount and then "leasing" or "renting" them to visitors for individual days. Some patrons complained that the crackdown caused 45-minute delays at the gate.
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