• On Dec 25, 2017
    Shawnna from OK Asked

    If I only get one fast pass before I arrive, can I get more than one at the park kiosks once I get there?

    Hi Shawna!

    You can certainly just choose one FastPass before you arrive for your Walt Disney World vacation. When my husband and I are in the Fort Wilderness Campgrounds for quite a long time we often just choose one thing and head to the parks to enjoy that experience. 

    When you arrive and you find you wish to do more attractions you can head to the kiosks and add to get to your total of three. Once you have done all three you can go back and add another. You can also do this on your Disney app from your phone if that is easier for you.

    I will usually recommend that guests seriously look over the FastPass options available to them before you arrive and right at the 60 or 30 day mark. So many of the most popular attractions will fill up the FastPass quota and you will not be able to get one for them later. So if there is something you really wish to experience then book the FastPass as soon as you can. If everything has been booked when you try there might be a chance of something opening up closer to your date or early on the morning of your park visit.

    The Fastpasses are a great way to enjoy three attractions during your day without worrying about waiting in longer standby lines. The hardest part is picking the three to use a FastPass for!
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