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  • On Mar 25, 2019
    Beverly from VA Asked

    how many people can be linked to the same fastpass?

    Howdy Beverly!
    Thanks for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel!

    This is a excellent FastPass+ question! 

    During one visit to Walt Disney World, I've had ten of my family and friends linked to the same FastPass+ attraction for about the same time of day. The number of guests linked to one attraction is based on availability. Each FastPass+ attraction has so many available for each day for all guests visiting the parks. If a bit of pixie dust has fallen on you, then you may be able to get the FastPass+ selection that you've wanted for your entire family. 

    Beverly, if you are unable to get the same FastPass+ attraction or show for everyone in your family for the same time, try and split your group up and stagger the Fast Pass+ times. As long as everyone in your party has a FastPass+ time that overlaps, you can enjoy the magic together. For example, if five people in your group have a FastPass+ for Test Track at 3pm, two people have the same attraction for 3:15pm and four people have the same attraction for 3:30pm, be sure that you enter the FastPass+ line before the 3pm group's FastPass+ expires. Remember that each FastPass+ attraction must be used within an hour. So be sure that your entire party is at the FastPass+ line before the first group's time has passed, which is 4pm. 

    Beverly, hopefully this gives you a better idea of how to plan. If you have more FastPass+ planning questions, please stop by and visit with us again soon!

    Korliss
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