Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- Is FastPass+ only available for hotel guests?
Does a 2yr old need a FastPass tic (don't have a park tic to swipe so don't think they can even get one) or do they automatically get to use the FastPass time the rest of our family gets?
First trip in March!
- - Asked by Amber from Ontario on 1/1/2014
- Hi Amber,
I love the new FastPass+ service at the parks! This product is currently in a testing phase, with access and availability in constant flux right now. As of today, Disney resort hotel guests, some annual pass holders, and anyone visiting the Animal Kingdom can use FastPass+, but please bear in mind that this list might be totally different at the time of your visit.
However, you can rest assured that your two year old will never need to use a FastPass or FastPass+. Children under age three do not need park tickets and thus would not be able to get FastPasses, but they're welcome to join their family on any attraction which they are tall enough to ride, with no FP necessary.
One trick you might want to keep in mind - if, for example, your two year old LOVES the It's A Small World ride, Mom and Dad could both get FastPass+ reservations for this attraction. Mom could ride with Junior, and then Junior could ride again with Dad a few minutes later. That's a big bonus for a little kid!
Have a great trip!
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