In light of the changes this week with Magic Kingdom Park opening up FastPass+ to all guests (and shutting down the legacy FastPass system), we wanted to take a moment to share with you that we are now shipping Disney World RFID tickets that are FastPass+ enabled.
This means you can link your tickets via the My Disney Experience app and website.
Currently during this MyMagic+ testing period, guests staying at the resort can book FastPass+ reservations up to 60 days in advance of their trip for all parks once they have linked their tickets. For you hard-core planners who stay at the Disney resorts (and I would count myself in this group), you would likely want to buy your Disney tickets far enough in advance that you could book your FastPass+ selections 60 days out.
MagicBands are currently only available to resort guests and will either be shipped directly ahead of your trip or will be given to you at check-in. As a reminder, RFID-enabled tickets offer the same touch-to-enter functionality as MagicBands.
Park guests not staying at the resort can only make same-day FastPass+ reservations at Magic Kingdom Park and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park using the in-park FastPass+ kiosks. Only resort guests can use the My Disney Experience app to modify reservations; park guests must make all modifications to reservations via the in-park kiosks.
Whether you are a resort guest or a park guest, you are allowed three FastPass+ attraction or entertainment selections per day from any one park.
As we mentioned way back last January when MyMagic+ was officially announced, all Undercover Tourist tickets offer the same functionality as a ticket purchased directly from Disney.
As always, our shipping is free! So let’s get that 2014 vacation started with Disney World RFID and FastPass+ enabled tickets!