Hi Moms & Dads! I heard that you can only hold two Fastpasses at a time so you have to use the two you have before your ticket will allow you to get a third. Is this true? We're getting so excited, our trip is in 3 days!!
- Asked by Lauren from WA on 3/29/2011
I hope you are packed!!! Yes you are right you are limited in the number of fast passes you can get.
Here is the link with the attractions that offer the FastPass service along with more information on the FastPass... read more
i sometime see a group with someone in a wheelchair that get to skip the regular line my mom is curently in a wheelchair will we be abel to use this its her first trip?
- Asked by laura from FL on 3/14/2011
Hi there Laura!
My dad has to be in a wheelchair when we go to the parks as well. He just cannot handle walking for a distance due to a surgery he had to have. So the past three times we have gone, I've had the pleasure of pushing him through the... read more
We would like to do something SPECIAL for our daughter who wll be celebrating a birthday while at the Magic Kingdom (B-day Girls request). Is the Birthday Fast pass sill available? I am very concerned about the crowds and long lines on her special day.
- Asked by Jim from WI on 3/16/2011
Some of Disney's previous promotions, such as "Give a Day, Get a Disney Day," "What Will You Celebrate?" and "Year of a Million Dreams," provided certain guests "ultimate FASTPASSES" that allowed guests FASTPASS access to certain... read more
We have Disney Passes.....credit type....what is the best method of security for them....do you have tags or can you suggest another method....as we do not want to lose them on the rides etc.
Thanks in advance
- Asked by Jean from Aberdeenshire on 3/8/2011
I generally keep my Disney room key and park passes in my wallet in my backpack. My husband keeps his in his wallet in his pocket. Neither of us have ever had any problem with this. If you're looking for an alternative solution, you might want to... read more
hello. Am traveling to orlando in April. We are using tickets purchased in the uk. Will we be able to replace our park tickets if the worst nightmare happens and we loose them. What would your advice be.
- Asked by Gerald from herts on 3/15/2011
Hi Gerald -
The advice for you is the same for any guest no matter where their tickets were purchased - make a copy of the back of your ticket and any bars codes or numbers on the ticket. You can do this any number of ways:
- make a photocopy... read more