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Disney FastPass+ Information and Tips

NOTE: FastPass+ has been replaced by Disney Genie+ Lighting Lane which will be available for purchase in the My Disney Experience app beginning October 19, 2021.

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FastPass+

The FastPass+ system allows guests to reserve a time to experience FastPass+ attractions and entertainment in advance of their visit. This means that you can avoid waiting in long lines for some of the most popular attractions. FastPass+ selections can also be made the day of your visit by visiting one of the kiosks or by accessing the My Disney Experience app on a mobile device. 

Once your resort reservation and valid park admission are linked to your My Disney Experience account, you have the ability to schedule up to three FastPass+ selections for one park per day. You may not get multiple FastPass+ for the same attractions in one day. These can be modified if necessary, even the day of, as long as your desired times are still available. When you arrive at the attraction, simply tap your MagicBand on the RFID reader and the system will scan them, allowing you access if it is the correct time. 

 

When you've used your original scheduled FastPasses, you have the option to get another "rolling FastPass" at an in-park kiosk or on your smartphone. When that one has been used, you can do it again and again, until the park closes or FastPasses are gone for the day. These additional FastPasses can be made for a separate park than where you started the day at.

Onsite resort guests, guest at select Disney Springs Area Hotels, 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. 

Here's an overview of how to make FastPasses for the first time, including screenshots of the process in My Disney Experience. It can be a little intimidating at first, but once you get the hang of it, can make your trip go a lot smoother!

 

There is no charge for using FastPass+.

List of FastPass+ Attractions

At the Magic Kingdom, you have the ability to choose any three FastPass+ attractions that you wish. 

Magic Kingdom (choose 3):

 

At Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Disney's Animal Kingdom, the attractions are separated into groups that you can choose from.

Epcot Group A (choose 1):

Epcot Group B (choose 2):

Disney's Hollywood Studios Tier 1 (choose 1):

Disney's Hollywood Studios Tier 2 (choose 2):

Disney's Animal Kingdom Group A (choose 1):

Disney's Animal Kingdom Group B (choose 2):

MagicBands

The entire My Disney Experience program revolves around MagicBands, a wristband with an embedded RFID chip that park guests will wear which links to their theme park tickets, resort room keys, dining reservations, PhotoPass photographs, payment option and even their FastPass+ selections. Guests will touch their bands to they contactless touchpoints that are located throughout the parks and resorts on turnstiles, cash registers and FastPass+ machines. The MagicBands are available in many different colors and designs that can include favorite Disney characters, theme parks, and more. MagicBands are able to be customized with snap-on charms, fabric covers, a watch face, and so much more.


NOTE: Complimentary MagicBands are no longer provided to Disney Resort hotel guests.

MagicBands can be purchased at most retail locations around Walt Disney World. You can link your valid theme park admission to the MagicBand at that time, or use the "Link-It Later" option, allowing you to purchase the bands and link them to valid theme park admission at a later time. This option would be good if you are buying the MagicBands as gifts. 

it’s very important to have your Disney online account up-to-date and accessible on My Disney Experience, either through their website www.mydisneyexperience.com or one of their apps on mobile devices. My Disney Experience is really the central hub for guests to keep track of all of their vacation plans – resort reservations, park admission, dining reservations, FastPass+ reservations, payment options, and even PhotoPass information. - See more at: http://blog.wdwinfo.com/2013/08/03/mymagic-review-magicbands-fastpass/#sthash.s9PlTBbP.dpuf
it’s very important to have your Disney online account up-to-date and accessible on My Disney Experience, either through their website www.mydisneyexperience.com or one of their apps on mobile devices. My Disney Experience is really the central hub for guests to keep track of all of their vacation plans – resort reservations, park admission, dining reservations, FastPass+ reservations, payment options, and even PhotoPass information. - See more at: http://blog.wdwinfo.com/2013/08/03/mymagic-review-magicbands-fastpass/#sthash.s9PlTBbP.dpuf
it’s very important to have your Disney online account up-to-date and accessible on My Disney Experience, either through their website www.mydisneyexperience.com or one of their apps on mobile devices. My Disney Experience is really the central hub for guests to keep track of all of their vacation plans – resort reservations, park admission, dining reservations, FastPass+ reservations, payment options, and even PhotoPass information. - See more at: http://blog.wdwinfo.com/2013/08/03/mymagic-review-magicbands-fastpass/#sthash.s9PlTBbP.dpuf

 

Fastpass+ Kiosk locations and Service Centers


All kiosks are accessible in both English and Spanish. Additional languages will be added in the future.

Magic Kingdom

Disney's Hollywood Studios

Epcot

Disney's Animal Kingdom

 


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