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  • On Aug 8, 2019
    Patricia from CA Asked

    I will be visiting Disneyland in Sept. & have purchased 4 day Park Hopper tickets. How do I obtain Max Fax Passes for a couple of those days? How many rides can I get fast passes for at a time as long as they are not at the same time?

    Yeehaw, Patricia!

    With your Park Hopper tickets purchased, you’re nearly ready for a rootin’, tootin’ time at the Disneyland Resort! To help maximize your time in the theme parks, you may purchase Disney MaxPass on a day-by-day basis. Do these first three steps before arriving at the Disneyland Resort to save time after you arrive:
    1. Download the Disneyland app to your mobile device.
    2. Link your park tickets or Disney eTickets in the app. Simply enter the “Tickets and Passes” section of the app then tap the plus (+) button to link your tickets.
    3. Under the “My Profile” section of the app, enter your credit card information under “Payment Method.”
    When MaxPass is not already included with your park tickets, you may purchase it one day at a time. You make your purchase after your tickets have been scanned at the park entrance. Tap the plus (+) icon at the center of the toolbar on the bottom of the application screen, then “Get FASTPASS with Disney MaxPass.”

    Once you have MaxPass added to your tickets, you may use the Disneyland app to select Disney FASTPASS attraction and entertainment return times for your day in the parks. How many FASTPASS return times you may have depends on the timing of FASTPASS availability for the attractions you are interested in and the timing and sequence you select those FASTPASS return times.

    When you first get a FASTPASS, the screen on the app will indicate some “Important Information.” That is where it will say when you are eligible to make a new FASTPASS selection. You won’t be able to make a new FASTPASS selection for an attraction until that much time has passed, or until you use the FASTPASS you just selected, or if you cancel your FASTPASS selection, whichever comes first. If your FASTPASS selection is for a time in the near future, you are likely to be eligible for a new FASTPASS selection when the first FASTPASS time becomes valid. If your FASTPASS return time is not until some time later in the day, your eligibility to obtain a new FASTPASS will come 90 minutes from the time you made the current selection. (When using the complimentary FASTPASS service instead of MaxPass, that maximum eligibility wait time is 120 minutes.) If you make another FASTPASS selection after that eligibility time comes but before your first FASTPASS time, you will have more than one outstanding FASTPASS return time linked to your ticket. We’ve found that if we time things right, we can have as many as three or four outstanding FASTPASS return times to use with our park tickets! And that doesn’t even include FASTPASS selections for select entertainment offerings. Those can be made independent from attraction FASTPASS selections.

    I hope you have a Fantasmic! time, Patricia! See ya real soon!

    ~Tony
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Meet the Panelist: Tony, Utah

Coming to you from the Beehive State, I’m a Disney-loving dad and husband, buzzing with excitement to share advice and tips for making your Disneyland Resort vacation as magical as possible! With over 30 years of experience visiting the Disneyland Resort, I’m excited to help you discover the magic of the “Happiest Place on Earth!” Learn More About Tony

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