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  • On Mar 2, 2020
    Caitlin from MA Asked

    If we have hopper passes and plan on doing two parks in one day can we do fast passes for both or only one at a time... 3 total per person or 3 total per park?


    Thanks for your question!

    You can get 3 FastPass+ selections per person, but they do have to be in one park. Once those are used, you can then get another single FastPass+ selection per person. For the rest of your day you can keep getting one more after using up the previous selection. 

    If you want to change parks, you can either cancel your remaining FastPass+ selections from the first park and then go to one of the FastPass+ Kiosks at your second park, or via your mobile device, to see what FastPass+ selections remain available at that second park. Or, if you have already used up your three from your first park, you can then select one FastPass+ at a time from the new park. 

    My strategy when park hopping is to select all early morning activities at the first park. That way I am able to start moving on to that 4th and 5th pick early in the day, over at my second park. It gives me a chance to try out attractions in two parks, and make the most of my day. 

    I know that this can be a bit confusing, so if you have any follow-up questions, please write me back and I would be glad to help out further.

    Have a Magical Vacation!


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