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  • On Oct 16, 2018
    Lauren from GA Asked

    If we stay at a Good Neighbor hotel for 3 nights and visit Disney World Magic Kingdom for two days, are we eligible for booking our fast passes 60 days out and are we eligible for extra magic hours?

    Hi Lauren!

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! We are delighted to answer your very first question.

    Making FastPass+ selections up to 60 days before arrival and enjoying Extra Magic Hours are benefits offered for Guests who stay at a Disney Resort hotel or at one of the seven hotels in the Disney Springs Resort Area. The hotels listed as Walt Disney World Good Neighbor Hotels are not eligible for Extra Magic Hours, but you are welcome to make FastPass+ selections up to 30 days ahead of your visit. Don’t forget to link your park admission tickets to your Disney account and make selections ahead of arrival.

    Thank you for stopping by! I hope this helps you while planning and that you have a magical visit.

    Best Disney wishes,
    Thiana
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Meet the Panelist: Thiana, Brazil

My name is Thiana, and I'm a university professor and certified translator from beautiful Brazil. I am happily married to my best friend, and we have a lovely girl who is an aspiring Jedi knight, and loves the Disney Princesses. When I am not busy with work or family, you can catch me reading, playing and listening to music, or planning our next vacation - the Walt Disney World Resort is our top destination. I hope to help you plan a magical Disney vacation that will be filled with wonderful memories. Learn More About Thiana

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