• On Oct 20, 2016
    Kristi from CA Asked

    We are 30 days out from out trip to MK. I am looking at fastpass plus but 2 of the 3 rides we want only have standby available. If I use our other 2 fastpass plus choices on other rides do we have to wait to use standby until we've completed our rides?

    Hey Kristi!

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel. Thank you for visiting us with your excellent question about FastPass+ planning at Walt Disney World Resort.

    No, you do not need to complete your FastPass+ selections in order to enjoy Attractions with standby-only availability. In fact, you do not have to enjoy your FastPass+ selections and standby selections in any particular order.

    You can choose to do as many standby-only Walt Disney World Resort Attractions in-between your FastPass+ selections as you want and have time for. You can also choose to do standby-only Attractions early in the day and FastPass+ selections later in the day. Your FastPass+ selections can be staggered throughout the entire day.

    Kristi, if you have any more questions or require further clarification before your Walt Disney World Resort vacation, please visit the Moms Panel again. We are always here to help sprinkle your vacation with extra Pixie Dust!

    Wishing you a Magical Vacation,

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