Apr 302014
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Q. We usually get Park Hopper passes, but wondering if it is worth investing the extra money since we will only be able to get FastPass+ reservations for one park a day on the new Fast Pass + system? (Submitted by Blandine)


A. Hi Blandine!

I have some great news for you!  Just recently, Disney has allowed for Park Hopping integration with FastPass+.  So now guests are going to be able to visit a park in the morning, use their three FastPass+ reservations and then head to a different park for the afternoon or evening.  Then they can make any additional FastPass+ options at the park that they’ve hopped to with the additional FastPass+ reservations (one at a time) that Disney has just instituted.  Here’s how the fourth FastPass will work:  Once a guest use all three FastPass+ reservations, you will receive a fourth FastPass+ reservation that will be a rolling reservation where guests will then be allowed to go back to any FastPass+ kiosk to select yet another FastPass+ to use, and so on.

For more information on FastPass+, please make sure to check out The Mouse For Less’ information guide

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  1. MFL, I’m worried this might not be such a benefit. If the best FPs are gone and all that’s left by mid/late afternoon are lesser FPs, then riders will have used FPs in the morning, when they don’t really need them in order to have the privilege of getting 2nd tier FPs that they may not want anyway. I think it would be better to get the FPs for the second park and rope drop the first park. That way you can enjoy the top attractions at both parks. JM2C. Annie

  2. I like this advice as well. It will certainly be interesting to see how things change now that the additional FastPass+ options and Park Hopping are available to guests. I think both pieces of advice could potentially work.

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