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Disney Paid Premier Access Comes To Disneyland Paris, Replacing Free Fastpass

Disney Paid Premier Access Comes To Disneyland Paris, Replacing Free Fastpass

News - PARKS
06-Jul-2021

Disney today announced Standby Pass and Disney Premier Access, which replaces the previous Fastpass services at Disneyland Paris. Standby Pass implements a virtual queue system to select attractions, and Disney Premier Access introduces a new paid option replacing both the free and paid Fastpass options from before.

Standby Pass


When you enter the park, you can use the Disneyland Paris app to reserve a place in line for one of the select attractions. During certain periods of the day, you will need to reserve a Standby Pass to be able to join the queue for some of our most popular attractions during a specific allocated 30-minute time slot (subject to availability). Find out if the attraction you wish to ride requires a Standby Pass by consulting our official mobile app on your phone. You will also see a sign at the entrance of the attractions where Standby Pass is activated. If Standby Pass is not activated for your chosen attraction, simply join the queue as normal!

When you reserve your place in line and your time arrives, head to the attraction, scan the QR code and enjoy the attraction. Just like the old physical Fastpass system, you can only have one Standby Pass at a time. Once you scanned into an attraction, you can book another.

Disney Premier Access


Disney Premier Access allows you to join the fast lane and skip the regular queue at some of the most popular attractions. To purchase Disney Premier Access, use the Disneyland Paris app once again, choose an attraction, and then you'll be presented with time slots and options. After you've paid and your time slot arrives, head to the attraction and scan your QR code to enter.

Disney Premier Access is priced on a per-ride basis, and will range from €8-15 depending on the attraction and other factors. Just like with Standby pass, you can only have one Disney Premier Access at a time. Each guest can only buy 3 for each attraction in any one day in total.

The attractions that support Standby Pass and Disney Premier Access are:
  • Autopia

  • Big Thunder Mountain

  • Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast

  • Hyperspace Mountain

  • Ratatouille

  • Peter Pan's Flight

  • Star Tours

  • Twilight Zone Tower of Terror


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