Disney theme park guests can now save more time than ever with FastPass+. For the first time, guests using the enhanced new FastPass+ can lock in certain experiences before ever setting foot inside a Disney theme park.
The Disney FastPass+ service is designed to allow guests an opportunity to reserve access to the most popular Disney attractions and experiences in advance. The service allows guests to skip the standby queue line at Character greetings, shows, parades, attractions and fireworks.
Disney Annual Passholders and guests staying at a Disney Resort hotel, can access the FastPass+ option online by using the “My Disney Experience” planning page at https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/plan/my-disney-experience/
Or you can access the mobile app on your smart phone. You’ll be able to reserve your favorite attractions, or even change those plans on the go.
FastPass+ can also be utilized by all guests at the four Disney World theme parks by simply finding one of the conveniently located FastPass+ kiosks.
Depending on availability, guests should be able to make up to 3 FastPass+ selections each day at one theme park. You will be assigned an arrival time – typically a window of about one hour – for each attraction selected. Just show up at any time during that designated window and proceed straight to the FastPass+ entrance.
Disney first introduced the FastPass system in 1999 and FastPass+ replaced the old system in January 2014. The system is free and included with your theme park admission.
While Magic Kingdom offers more than two dozen attractions on FastPass+. However, the attractions that typically experience the longest wait times and usually develop long lines quickly include Peter Pan’s Flight, Enchanted Tales with Belle, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Winnie the Pooh, Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid, Space Mountain and Splash Mountain.
By utilizing FastPass+ at these popular attractions, you can save up to 3 or 4 hours in line! So start planning your Disney experience in advance and make the most of FastPass+.