Rock 'n' Roller Coaster
  • On Jan 11, 2019
    Thomas Asked

    Hi, if I book FP+ ride for both members of our party, can I ride solo if my partner does not feel up to a ride such as Rockin' Roller Coaster on the day? And could i even then use her magic band to use her FP+ & ride it again afterwards?

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel, Thomas! I'm delighted to answer your question! 

    If your partner decides not to ride the attraction you are both in line for, that is absolutely fine. You can drop that particular FastPass+ selection or switch it to something else on the My Disney Experience app, at any time even as you wait in line for it. If your partner changes their mind as you are both waiting in line, you can let the closest Cast Member know and they will guide them towards the exit so that you two can reunite after you have experienced the ride, usually at the gift shop. 

    I would not advise you to use your partner's MagicBand as this works as a guest's official ID and is unique to that one person. This guest is the only authorized individual to access the benefits associated with it—including FastPass+ experiences. Please keep in mind that not observing these rules may result in a disruption or delay at the attraction. If you would like to ride an attraction (such as Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith) again, you can go as a single rider and line up in the designated spot to cut wait time. 
     
    I hope this answer helps a bit, Thomas. If you have any more questions regarding your upcoming visit, please come see us again.

    See you real soon!
    ~Desiree
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Meet the Panelist: Desiree, Peru

Hi! I'm Desiree from Lima, Peru. My family will never ever tire of visiting the Most Magical Place on Earth, even if means traveling almost 3,000 miles to do so! My husband and I love to watch the fireworks with our kids, but the best magic happens when the grandparents come along and we all feel the same age in front of Cinderella Castle! I love giving tips about different types of resorts and traveling with multigenerational groups.
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