• On Aug 8, 2016
    Guadalupe from TX Asked

    We will be going to Disney next summer and staying at a Disney hotel. However, my granddaughter, her husband and kids will be staying at a hotel off Disney property. Will they be able to set up their fast passes in advance at the same time we do

    Welcome back, Guadalupe!

    Thanks so much for allowing us to help you in planning your magical Disney vacation!

    Guests who are staying at a Walt Disney World Resort can select FastPass+ experiences 60 days before the check-in date. Guests staying off-property can begin making selections 30 days before each day of their planned theme park dates. As a guest of a Walt Disney World Resort hotel, you will be able to make all of your FastPass+ selections at the same time, for your entire stay. For you granddaughter and her family, FastPass+ selections will have to be made on separately for each day.

    So, at the 60-day mark, you can make your FastPass+ choices. Once the 30-day mark arrives, try to modify your current selections and add your granddaughter and her family to your current choices. Be sure that each of you has a My Disney Experience account and that each of you is linked in the "Friends and Family" list under the "My Account" tab. 

    Guadalupe, I hope this help! If you have more questions, please visit with us again!

    Happy planning!

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