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  • On Apr 12, 2018
    Tara from CT Asked

    I have all my fast passes booked for our vacation at the end of April. Question is if myself and husband and son use our passes can we book another even if my daughter and mother in law still have one to use?

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel, Tara!

    We are thrilled to hear from you. I'm even more excited to know that your magical vacation is only days away. Hooray!

    Just this past August, my husband and I surprised my teen with a birthday adventure to Walt Disney World Resort. He was so excited! I planned all of our FastPass+ selections ahead and we enjoyed many of them together, but sometimes he was ready for another attraction when we opted to sit and relax for a bit. I'm happy to tell you that we had no problem adding a fourth, fifth or more FastPass+ selection for him while we were still on our third. Luckily they do it by each Guest's use and not the whole groups because as much as I love Disney, keeping up with a 13-year-old was exhausting. 

    Have an incredible vacation, Tara. If there is anything else we are able to assist you with, please let us know.

    Magical Wishes,

    Lauren
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Meet the Panelist: Lauren, Colorado

Hi-ya, Pals! I'm a wife and mother of three who's enjoyed many special occasions at Walt Disney World Resort with my family: graduations, pregnancies, birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, reunions, and even our Fairy Tale Honeymoon. I look for any excuse to return "home" often and would love to help add a little extra Pixie Dust to your next magical adventure. Learn More About Lauren

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