• On May 1, 2018
    Kate Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Hi, if i have 60 days to reserve my passes how do i make sure that someone who arrives a day before won't get those passes first? talking about the toy story ones ha!

    Hi Kate,

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! Fast Pass+ selection day can bring out the competitive nature in all of us!

    I suggest that guests log into My Disney Experience by 6:45 a.m. Eastern Standard Time on day 60 (for Walt Disney World resort hotel guests) and day 30 (for guests with only theme park tickets) to make Fast Pass+ selections at 7:00 a.m. Even when logging in at the earliest possible time, there is no guarantee that Fast Pass+ selections will be available for the most popular attractions. If you login on day 60 and neither of the Toy Story Land attractions have Fast Pass+ availability, I suggest that you keep checking, especially on day 30 prior to arrival. Cancellations do happen.

    Also, check for each day of your trip. When Pandora opened, I planned our expedition later in the week and that worked well. Fast Pass+ availability was indeed limited when I checked earlier days for the week of our visit. If you can make Fast Pass+ selections for a Toy Story Land attraction later in the week and it will require that you change dining reservations, I suggest that you grab that Fast Pass+ and modify those dining reservations unless the dining reservation you need to change is Cinderella's Royal Table - if that happens, you have a dilemma!

    Kate, if you are planning for a group and are sharing plans in My Disney Experience, be sure to review the Fast Pass+ instructions prior to making your selections. And, be sure that everyone has valid theme park tickets linked in My Disney Experience.

    Happy planning!

    Magic, memories and Minnie Mouse hugs,
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