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  • On Jul 27, 2015
    Tianna from ME Asked

    Hi! I have my Fastpass+ selections, I understand after I redeem 1, I can select another FP option. Can I only do this at a kiosk? So if I need to run to select our next FP - can just one of us go? Do they have any plans for us to select more FP on mobile?

    Hi Tianna!

    The new FastPass+ system is great, but it does take some research to get the hang of!

    Currently, you must use all of your three FastPass+ reservations (or they all have to be expired even if you don't use them) before you can add additional selections.    These must be added at a kiosk (for now), and have to be added one selection at a time.  You can also (for now) only add a reservation for an attraction at the park you are currently in.  If your entire party is linked to your My Disney Experience account, then only one person needs to go to the kiosk and can select for everyone.

    There are a lot of "for nows" in my response.  All of this technology is relatively new and is constantly being updated, changed, and (hopefully) improved upon.  I think it will be possible to add more from your mobile device in the future, but right at this moment, it is not.  

    I hope this helps!  Please let me know if you have any other questions.  
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