What is FastPass+ and how do I use It?

Here’s how the whole FastPass+ process works to make your reservations: Guests will get to select the park they want to visit. From there, they will choose 3 experiences between a list of options. At some parks, you will be able to choose any attractions that you would like to experience. (Those parks would be the Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
At others, (Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios) these options will be divided into columns. You will get to choose some attractions off of column A and some off of column B. Column A will feature more popular attraction, and Column B will feature additional attraction choices. As part of the tiering, for example, you will NOT be able to choose Tower of Terror, Toy Story Midway Mania, and Rock n’ Roller Coaster at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Disney will now allow guests a fourth rolling FastPass+ reservation. Here’s how it works: Once a guest uses all three of their FastPass+ reservations, they are allowed to head to any of the FastPass+ kiosks in the park to make an additional reservation. The best part is that this reservation will be rolling, so once you use it, you’ll be able to head back to any FastPass+ kiosk to make additional reservations throughout the day! (Do keep in mind that you will only get one additional FastPass+ at a time, but you can choose repeat attraction now, if you would like.)

In addition, guests will also be able to select and use their additional FastPass+ reservations when hopping from park to park. In order to accomplish this, guests must first use their beginning three FastPass+ entitlements in the first park they visit. After that, when they choose to park hop, they can make additional FastPass+ reservations at the second park at any FastPass+ kiosk located in the park.

Onsite resort guests and guests at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin can make FastPass+ reservations up to 60 days in advance. Annual Passholders and offsite guests can make their reservations up to 30 days in advance.


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