Rick and John Donahue from WDWParkHoppers show you how the Disney Fastpass system works

On this special mid-week edition of Travel with Rick, John Donahue and I will give you some insight into the Disney Fastpass system and how easy it is to use.

Hope you enjoy today’s video, be sure to leave a comment!

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6 comments on “Rick and John Donahue from WDWParkHoppers show you how the Disney Fastpass system works”

  1. Fran says:

    We love fastpass and use it whenever we can. You forgot to mention that you can usually get your next fastpass immediately after the return time of your current pass, or in two hours, whichever comes first.

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  2. Sara L says:

    I love Fast Pass! When I get to HS I B line to Toy Story first thing in the morning. Then I can go and do Tower or RnR before. I can’t wait for my trip in Sept so I can use the FP at MK for Mickey and the Princesses. My freind can’t understand that I FP but when I tell then that you don’t have to stand in line for 45 minutes or more.

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  3. Scott Schultz says:

    Love The Fast Pass system!
    Soarin Over California is one of our favorite attractions at WDW. Here’s what we do: Rather than fight the huge crowds at the rope drop at EPCOT, we just stroll leisurely over to The Land pavillion, get a fast pass for Soarin, and then either have breakfast at the food court there, or ride the Living With The Land attraction. By the time we get done eating, or riding Living With the Land, our fast pass time for Soarin is up, so we just hop in the fast line, by-pass the long lines and get on Soarin… Fast Pass…it’s awesome!!
    Scºoºtt

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  4. Peggy Hickey says:

    Since I usually go to WDW at an uncrowded time I haven’t used many FastPasses. I like to proceed around each park without backtracking, and with FastPasses that doesn’t work. I do tend to maniacally race around from one attraction to the next, but I supposed those who like to linger over a meal would find the FastPasses to be a good thing.
    Soarin’ is one attraction I have not been on yet, but have wanted to since I first heard about the one in DisneyLand. It looks great.
    Hold on…was there a question of the week? If not, I will ask one. Besides Christmas, which is your favorite Holiday to celebrate in WDW?

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  5. Nicklas Yeager says:

    Hi Rick
    Sorry I am a little late. I was busy the past 3 weeks. I thougnt your video was very informative. I already know how FASSPASS works. I guess I got a little refreasher. Soarn is one of my favorite attractions at Epcot.

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  6. lacehaystack says:

    Catching up on TWR – regarding the fast pass, just as a reminder for those of you going to Disneyland in August, get your fast pass for Indy (Indiana Jones) early in the day, BUT and I truly mean this – ALSO go thru on the regular wait in line – even if it starts outside going around in circles – there is SO much wonderful theme put into this attraction. Inside there is a bamboo pole to pull for a surprize, hidden Mickeys, etc. Seriously, talk amongst yourselves while waiting and take in all there is offered in the theme of this attraction.. you can use your fast pass to zoom thru on one of your Indy rides (you’ll want to go more than one time) So fast pass is great, but sometimes the wait is better. IMHO

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