• On Sep 22, 2016
    Khadijah from VA Asked

    Hi Mom's Panel- First WDW trip coming up. I will be able to make FP+ in 2 weeks. I am planning out my daily schedule. How much time would you recommend to allot between FP+ reservations. I don't want any to run into my ADRs. Thank you.

    Hey there, Khadijah!

    Welcome back!

    When making your FastPass+ selections guests are typically given 30-60 minute timeframes to get to the attraction and check-in using your Admission card or Magic Band. 

    When I begin making my family's FastPass+ choices, I will usually try to choose attractions that are close in proximity or are a smooth transition from one to the other. For instance, I will find the FastPass+ attraction or show in one area of the park based on our expected time of arrival and then move around the park from there. So in the Magic Kingdom, I will start in one land such as Tomorrowland and make my way around the park to the next closest land, which would be Fantasyland. 

    I generally give us about 15-30 minutes between FastPass+ choices in case we decide to grab a snack, use the restroom, or watch some of the street performers. That way we aren't rushed and can enjoy the parks without rushing from attraction to attraction. 

    To avoid having any FastPass+ selections run into your Advanced Dining Reservations, allow at least 30-60 minutes between them. That way, you prevent the rush and can enjoy every magical moment of your Walt Disney World vacation!

    As always, visit with us again! We are delighted to assist you in your vacation planning!

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My love for all things Disney developed at the age of three from my parents. Today, my Prince, Princess, husband, and extended family share my passion for Walt Disney World too. I am excited to share my passion with you, as I help you plan your next Disney vacation.  Learn More About Korliss

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