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  • On Jun 26, 2019
    Kelly from KY Asked

    For the initial 3 fast pass selections, can you pick two of the same ride? For example, two FP's for Big Thunder Mountain and one for Space Mountain?

    Hi Kelly! Thanks so much for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel and submitting your question.

    Riding Big Thunder Mountain Railroad multiple times during my Magic Kingdom visit is always a must. Once during the day, then again at night! It feels like a totally different ride!

    When selecting FastPass+ attractions and show, the initial three selections must be three different attractions or shows. Currently, the system does not allow you to select the same attraction or show more than once when making your initial selections. This allows for as many guests as possible to experience as many different attractions as they can during their Disney day.

    After you have selected three different FastPass+ reservations, you can then select a 4th FastPass+, and it can be one of the FastPass+ attractions that you've already experienced. Because there are only a certain number of FastPass+ offered each day, there may or may not be availability for a ride that you've been on already for the day. After your 4th FastPass+ has been used, you canteen select a 5th and so on. This is the only way to be able to experience the same attraction multiple times during your Disney day. 

    Thanks for visiting with us, Kelly! If you have more Disney planning questions, please stop by and visit with us again soon.

    Happy FastPass+ planning,
    Korliss
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