Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Feb 13, 2017
    Ellen from NJ Asked

    I have a question regarding fast passing. I am the person designated to make all the reservations for my family. After we use our first three selected fast passes, am I the only one who can schedule the next one for my family?

    Hi Ellen! Many times when families and friends travel together to Walt Disney World they link together in the My Disney Experience accounts. This makes it easy for one person to book dining for everyone and to grab FastPasses at the same time for those interested in the same attraction. Parents will always manage for their children.

    But many guests do not understand that all adults can change their plans on their own at any time. If someone wakes up and decides they cannot handle a roller coaster attraction then they can simply go to their My Disney Experience account and find another option for themselves at the same time.

    Since you have been helping your family or group making all the reservations you could continue to do so after the initial three FastPasses have been used. But if everyone wants to go off on their own then they can make their own additional FastPasses or do nothing at all. You are always given the chance to click on those linked to your account to include in the plans you are making. You do not have to click on everyone unless that is the plan.

    Hope this makes sense. Everyone controls their own account unless they are a child. But having one person make the plans for a large group ensures that they will all have the same or close to the same times for FastPasses.
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