• On Oct 15, 2016
    Samuel from NC Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    I'm in the process of booking Fast Passes for our Nov. trip to WDW. I have no success at finding any Fast Passes available for the Frozen-Ever After ride. Can you tell me the best time of day and/or average wait times in the Stand-by line?

    Hi Samuel! I am sorry you have not been able to find a FastPass yet for the new Frozen Ever After ride in Epcot. Because it is new and of course about the ever popular Frozen characters, the waits have been quite long.

    It is really difficult to determine the the best time to go for the shortest stand-by wait. If you can be up close in the line at park opening and walk quickly to the attraction the lines are not bad. But they will grow very quickly as everyone has the same idea. The other day I walked by the attraction around noon and saw the wait time was 90 minutes which was pretty good. Test Track was at 120 minutes at the same time. Later in the evening when crowds "tend" to dwindle you might also find shorter lines.

    My suggestion is to check daily as much as possible for a fastpass time. Check at different times of the day starting when you get up. People will cancel their plans and cancel FastPasses. Even on the day of your visit constantly check. Many of us have had magical results doing this and hoping you will also!
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