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  • On May 17, 2019
    Amber from SC Asked

    About how much time would probably be a safe bet in between fast passes? I don't want to miss out on any and this is my first time going to Disney!

    Hi Amber!
    Thanks for your question and for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel!

    Great question! 
    Disney's FastPass+ is a great way to ensure that you are able to experience up to three (3) of your favorite theme park attractions per day with little to no wait. Even better is, if you have used your three FastPasses, you can then book additional FastPasses (one at a time) assuming there are still FastPasses available for that attraction on that day.
    Each FastPass+ reservation blocks off one hour of time for you to experience that attraction. For example, if you booked a FastPass for Peter Pan's Flight at 9:10 AM, you would be able to ride anytime between 9:10 AM and 10:10 AM. And so on.
    So...I would suggest you try to book your FastPasses as early each day as you can and ride closer to the beginning of each FastPass window rather than the later end. Also, keep in mind that depending on what you are interested in doing, one attraction may be at the other end of the park from the attraction you just did.
    I usually book a FastPass at least 15 minutes AFTER the expiration of my previous one's time window.

    I hope this helps and I wish you a Magical trip!!
    Chris
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Meet the Panelist: Chris, Massachusetts

I am a Disney fanatic!! Since childhood, I have been a fan of all things Disney; particularly the theme parks! There is no place on Earth that I would rather spend my time and I look forward to helping you create everlasting memories of your own! Learn More About Chris

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