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  1. January 19, 2018

    […] average guest to ride nine attractions during a full day at the park. Experienced visitors with a mastery of the FastPass system can do even better. During the event, guests frequently ride a dozen attractions or more, meaning […]

  2. January 25, 2018

    […] FastPasses are a great way to avoid waiting in lines for your favorite rides.  You are allowed to make three FastPass selections initially per day at the theme parks.  Once you have used all three selections, you are allowed to make one more selection.  Once you use the fourth selection you can make one more selection, for a total of five FastPasses per day.  If you are staying at a Walt Disney World resort then you can schedule your FastPasses 60 days in advance.  This is 30 days sooner than guests who are not staying on property.  If you are trying to get a FastPass for a popular ride like Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, Frozen Ever After or Pandora, then it helps to be able to make your selections at the 60-day mark. […]

  3. January 25, 2018

    […] sure what FastPass is? No worries – we have the full scoop here. In short, Disney world extends the opportunity to families visiting the park the chance to book […]

  4. January 29, 2018

    […] decisions before you get into the park. But thousands of other people have already done so. The Fastpass + for the most popular rides will be gone if you don’t reserve yours before your trip. If you want […]

  5. March 26, 2018

    […] tens of thousands of other clever people will get in line right in front of you at Magic Kingdom. Learn the FastPass+ system here, and you’ll be […]

  6. April 4, 2018

    […] far as Fastpass+ reservations go, you can make them 60 days in advance if you’re staying at a Walt Disney World […]

  7. April 11, 2018

    […] some Club Level guests can book FastPasses 90 days in advance. So, they’ve already had their FastPass window open. They’ve reported that a change is in the offing at Hollywood Studios. The obvious […]

  8. July 13, 2018

    […] value, as it enables you to reduce your wait-time for a ride. What you must keep in mind is that a FastPass for a ride is pointless when that attraction doesn’t have a long line […]

  9. October 2, 2018

    […] hour to ride. The next selection on the list is the other. Both are Magic Kingdom attractions whose FastPasses sell out quickly, leaving everyone else to stand in line. Not coincidentally, Imagineers have […]

  10. October 26, 2018

    […] a topic so much that the other parts get forgotten. For example, MickeyBlog loves telling you the best FastPasses to get for your trip. What we haven’t told you is which FastPasses you should avoid. The reality is that some […]

  11. October 30, 2018

    […] most of your trip by giving you the opportunity to enjoy convenient benefits like early access to FastPass+ planning, Extra Magic Hour and a variety of complimentary transportation […]

  12. October 30, 2018

    […] more time, you’re not as beholden to park traffic. You can use FastPasses to book plenty of rides. Once you’re done, you can take a break and head back to your resort or […]

  13. November 1, 2018

    […] called for one FastPass thus far. That’s by design. Under the new Disney’s Hollywood Studios FastPass rules, all Toy Story Land attractions are in the top tier. Everything else is in the next tier. […]

  14. November 4, 2018

    […] and Epcot meals I’m going to have on my trip. It’s a beautiful game to play; setting lofty Fastpass+ goals (I’m talking about you, Flight of […]

  15. November 26, 2018

    […] starters, you NEED to book FastPasses. You should have done this at the 60-day window, but it’s never too late. Just don’t show up on […]

  16. January 16, 2019

    […] any ride worth that kind of wait? Personally, I’d strongly suggest that you aim for a FastPass. I understand that it’s not possible, though. Frozen Ever After is the kind of E-ticket […]

  17. February 14, 2019

    […] height requirements and 1 child too small to ride. Mom and one of the older children could book a FastPass for Splash Mountain, once they’ve enjoyed the attraction Dad and the both of the older […]

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