Thanks so much, Allison. One more question. Can I get a Fastpass for more than one attraction at a time, or do I have to let the first one run out before I can get another one? I read on the net that Disney has been tinkering with the system. Thanks again.
- Asked by Marilea from NB on 7/20/2010
Welcome Back Marilea!
I love Fastpass - it saves so much time. You'll only be allowed to obtain one Fastpass within a certain time frame. To find out when you are next eligible to obtain another Fastpass, look on your current... read more
Vol for day,have multi pass so I am going to get the FP Exchange card.Can u please tell me how many rides and what rides are currently being offered for this FP card; I know it may change, but going to have a 4 yr old w/me?Also, how does the FP card work?
- Asked by Stacy from MS on 2/14/2010
Each voucher can be redeemed for FastPass cards for you and up to 5 additional guests. When you redeem each voucher, you'll need to have each member of your party present at the will call window. Each person will need to present their... read more
I have often seen people cutting in front of us with a special VIP pass around their neck and was told they randomly hand these passes out. How are these people chosen and how can we get one???
- Asked by Angel on 3/4/2011
Hi there Angel,
Boy those passes sure come in handy,There have been a couple of ways that people have been able to get a hold of one of these Fastpasses. Basically, cast Members would hand them out to individuals who they felt were showing their... read more
I am confused about the parent pass for Magical Kingdom. If one parent has to stay with one child, the other gets a special pass? How does this work?
- Asked by Vicki on 2/29/2008
Hi Vicki,Let me give it the old college try to explain the baby swap.Let's say you and your husband have to ride Space Mountain. Everyone waits on the line together-FastPass or Standby. Once you get to the front of the line, instruct the... read more
How does the switch pass work? We have a 4 year old and a 1 year old. There are so many rides that the younger one cannot go on, but the older can. Can me and husband alternate who takes the older one on a ride and can the older ride twice?
- Asked by tatiana from NJ on 1/2/2011
Hi Tatiana! I think you'll be pleasantly surprised at how many attractions your one-year-old will be able to experience at Disney World, but for the ones that your younger child isn't quite big enough to ride, the Rider Switch is a great... read more