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  • On Jul 4, 2019
    Lee from MI Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    We have 2 Resort stays less than 60 days apart-If we make fast passes for 14 days first resort stay and next one is only 29 days later- can we make fast passes for all 12 days of this trip at 60days? Can we make fast passes for both trips at 60 days?

    Welcome back to the Disney Parks Moms Panel, Lee.

    I had a similar circumstance earlier this year when we had two Walt Disney World Resort hotel stays within 45 days of each other. As Annual Passholders, we are limited to seven days of FastPass+ reservations within a 30-day period. Since we had two Resort hotel reservations, though, I called the Annual Passholder helpline to see if they could help me reserve FastPass+ experiences for both of our visits since both overlapped within the same 60-day window.

    Since you have two separate check-in dates, your 60-day window for each reservation will differ. For example, if your first reservation begins Sept. 26, you’ll be able to book your FastPass+ experiences 60 days prior to that date (near the end of July), but you’ll have to wait until you’re 60 days out from your second reservation to begin booking those FastPasses. While there will be some overlap, you won’t be able to access your second reservation’s days until 60 days from that check-in date.

    For Annual Passholders with a Walt Disney World Resort hotel reservation for longer than two weeks, you can book FastPass+ reservations for up to 14 days. Since you have two extended visits in a short time frame, though, I would recommend you call the Annual Passholder helpline to see if there’s a way for you to book something for all 26 days.  If that’s not an option, I would recommend spreading out your FastPasses over the course of each of your two visits (maybe booking half for the first visit and half for the second one). As your first visit continues and begins to wind down, you will be able to book additional experiences one day at a time while utilizing benefits like Extra Magic Hours and this Fall’s limited-time-only extra, Extra Magic Hours to help you get even more out of your visits to Walt Disney World Resort.

    I hope this information helps, Lee! Please let us know if there are any additional questions we can answer for you.

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Hiya, pals! I'm Amy from South Carolina. I'm married to my Disney-loving best friend, and together we've raised two princes and a princess. Whether I'm teaching my high school journalism students, planning Disney Bounding outfits with my daughter, or researching which new adventures we'll encounter on our next Walt Disney World Resort vacation, I find a way to incorporate a little Disney magic into everything I do. I look forward to helping you discover the magic, too!  Learn More About Amy

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