Can I Book FastPasses for More Than One Theme Park Each Day?


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Q: Can I book my FastPasses at more than one Walt Disney World theme park a day? 

A: The answer is yes and no.  If there’s one question that crops up more than others when helping clients plan their magical holidays, it’s the confusion around FastPass entitlements and what guests can or cannot book in advance.

As most people probably already know, those with valid Walt Disney World theme park tickets have the option of using the FastPass system to move to the front of the queue for a limited number of rides and attractions each day.  Guests staying on site at a Walt Disney World Resort are able to pre-select 3 passes for each day they have a park ticket for and offsite guests are able to make these same reservations at the 30 day mark.

However, something that catches first-time itinerary planners by surprise is that each of these 3 daily selections must be made a the same theme park.  So, it is not possible to book the first one at let’s say the Magic Kingdom and then the remaining two at Epcot.  You would need to use all 3 at either Magic Kingdom or Epcot but can’t split them between both.

So what does this mean for Park Hoppers? Though it doesn’t help you plan in advance, those opting to park hop can still take advantage of the FastPass system.  Here’s how.  Once guests have used up their three original FastPasses, they have the option of booking a 4th FastPass either at the in-park kiosks or using the My Disney Experience app on your smartphone.  Then when you use the 4th you can book a 5th and so on.

The good news is that once guests have used their original 3 selections all at the same theme park they are then able to switch parks and still use the FastPass system.  So, If I was at Magic Kingdom in the morning, I would use all of my three pre-selected FastPasses there.  Once all three are used up, I would move to Epcot and book a 4th, then a 5th FastPass etc.

In order for this system to truly work it is essential that guests book all of their original three FastPasses early so that there is then room to book the others.  If the last of your three FastPasses at Magic Kingdom isn’t until 4pm, then you’re not giving yourself a lot of time to book in any additional allocations elsewhere.

As an alternative to the approach above, I also have many clients that prefer to skip booking FastPasses for the first park they visit each day and instead arrive early enough to enjoy the attractions while lines and crowds are still at a minimum.  Using this strategy, they would book their Fastpasses for the second parkmwhen afternoon crowds are at their heaviest.  Both strategies work, its just a matter of your own personal touring style.

So though it doesn’t have the immediate payoff of being able to make all of your selections (including those that park hop) 60-30 days in advance, FastPass can be used at multiple parks.

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