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Disney To Start Selling Tickets With Fastpass Included

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Disney To Start Selling Tickets With Fastpass Included

Doing a last minute Disney World trip? Disney are now selling tickets with pre-selected Fastpass attractions included. Uh oh!


It has long been a fear that Disney will start to either make Fastpass only purchasable with money, or allow people to buy extra en mass. Earlier this year it was reported that Disney were allowing club level resort guests to purchase 3 additional Fastpass selections and now they're tugging on that string once again.

A new Disney page has been uploaded which sells a 1 day park ticket that comes with 3 pre-selected Fastpass attractions included.

Although the packages don't include all the biggest rides, this might be a sign of things to come. Not many people buy a day ticket (because they're very poor value for money, especially as we get access to the awesome Ultimate Ticket) but it is an indirect way of selling Fastpass.

The 1 day park ticket must be purchased the day before you want to use them. Disney are marketing this to last minute stay guests (when you wouldn't even dream of getting anything decent to Fastpass).

Ticket 1 to Magic Kingdom comes with Fastpass to It's a small world, Dumbo and Mad Tea Party.
Ticket 2 to Magic Kingdom comes with Fastpass to Buzz ranger spin, Tomorrowland Speedway and Haunted Mansion.
Ticket 3 to Magic Kingdom comes with Fastpass to Barnstormer, Aladdin Magic Carpets and Pirates of the Caribbean
Ticket 4 to Magic Kingdom comes with Fastpass to Journey of the Little Mermaid, Pooh and Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor.

Ticket 1 to Epcot comes with Fastpass to Spaceship Earth, Living With The Land and Nemo.
Ticket 2 to Epcot comes with Fastpass to Nemo, Turtle Talk and Figment.

Ticket 1 to Hollywood Studios comes with Fastpass to Beauty and the Beast, Frozen Sing Along and Little Mermaid.
Ticket 2 to Hollywood Studios comes with Fastpass to MuppetVision, Star Tours and Indiana Jones.

Ticket 1 to Animal Kingdom comes with Fastpass to Dinosaur, Kali River Rapids and Primeval Whirl.
Ticket 2 to Animal Kingdom comes with Fastpass to Lion King, Finding Nemo and It's Tough To Be A Bug.


How these Fastpass selections are factored into the total Fastpass selections made on any given day is unclear. Are they just increasing the load or decreasing the amount available for people to choose?

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This article was posted on 07-May-2018

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