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FastPass+ Opens to All Guests at Magic Kingdom

by Leap on January 14, 2014 · 6 Comments · in Touring Plans, MyMagic+ & FastPass+

Update for guests not staying at a Disney resort: As of March 31, you have the ability to book advanced FastPass+ reservations up to 30 days in advance. More details are available at this post.

Walt Disney World Resort continues to expand its FastPass+ reservations system for park guests, and we wanted to put together a quick reference guide for those of you as you head to the parks. As part of the MyMagic+ testing, all park guests can now book reservations for FastPass+ at Magic Kingdom attractions, shows and entertainment. Legacy FastPasses are unavailable at Magic Kingdom Park at this time. This follows in the footsteps of Disney’s Animal Kingdom, which was the first park to make the switch to FastPass+-only reservations back in December. As a reminder, legacy FastPasses are no longer available, which is why they no longer display on our wait-time apps.

Fastpass plus at Magic Kingdom

As a reminder, only resort guests are now fully able to book FastPass+ reservations up to 60 days in advance of their trips. Park guests not staying at the resort can only make same-day FastPass+ reservations 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 or park guest, three FastPass+ selections can be made per day in one park.

Here’s where to find the FastPass+ kiosks at the Disney World parks:

FastPass+ at Magic Kingdom Park

  • Guest Relations at City Hall
  • Near Town Square Theater
  • Near The Diamond Horseshoe
  • Mickey’s PhilharMagic
  • Near Pete’s Silly Side Show
  • Stitch’s Great Escape
  • Splash Mountain
  • Near Hall of Presidents
  • Near Tinkerbell’s Magical Nook

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

  • Disney Outfitters
  • Service Center at Creature Comforts
  • Kali River Rapids
  • Expedition Everest—Legend of the Forbidden Mountain
  • Primeval Whirl

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Fastpass+ Disney's Hollywood Studios

  • Service Center on the left past the entrance turnstiles
  • At the wait times board on the corner of Hollywood and Sunset boulevards
  • Voyage of The Little Mermaid
  • Twilight Zone Tower of Terror FastPass kiosks
  • Guest Relations outside the park

Epcot

FastPass kiosk Epcot

  • Mission: SPACE FastPass kiosks
  • Soarin’ FastPass kiosks
  • Guest Relations in Future World
  • Future World Plaza behind Spaceship Earth and the Future World fountain
  • International Gateway
  • Future World West walkway

Are you a park guest making day-of FastPass+ reservations? What was your experience like? Share in comments below!

Related: Disney World Unveils Next Gen in Planning with MyMagic+ & FASTPASS+

Related: Magic Kingdom FastPass+ Attractions and Entertainment Options

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6 Responses to “FastPass+ Opens to All Guests at Magic Kingdom”

  1. Heather says:

    We were at Animal Kingdom on December 31 and had the opportunity to use the Fastpass + system. A cast member helped me and it went very smoothly. It would have been nice to put a little more thought into but I made it work with our schedule. I picked times for Kilimanjaro Safaris, Expedition Everist and Dinosaur. If I had it to do over, I would have picked a time for Festival of the Lion King instead of Kilimanjaro Safaris.

  2. Rachel says:

    I would love to hear from more people. We are coming the first week in February so during off season is it even worth it to spend the time on site (we are not resort guests) planning fast passes?

    • FrogBlog says:

      Hi Rachel,

      I can tell you from our testing of FastPass+, we really think it’s great for booking afternoon and evening attractions when the parks reach their highest capacity. We would still recommend arriving early for the lowest waits. Afternoon FP+ selections could be for a second go round on a E-ticket attraction or meet and greets.

      We’d love to hear more thoughts too!!

      – Mommy Frog

  3. Dolores says:

    FastPass+ is a great idea, but without any paper tickets/vouchers, it is hard to remember what time you are to arrive at what location. That to me is very annoying. Why doesn’t the machine print out a confirmation slip one could carry around? Food for thought………………

    • brad says:

      We had our cell phone out and ready to take a picture of the screen as we made our fass pass+ reservations, then we referred back to the cell phone picture as we planned throughout the day. We changed our fast pass selection later in the day and simply snapped another picture.

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