Test Track at Epcot
  • On Dec 29, 2019
    Colby from OR Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Going to WDW in mid-May. How realistic it will be to get FP once we get there. For example, we want to do Test Track and Frozen at EPCOT. Can only reserve one in advance due to tiers. Realistic to reserve one in advance and get a FP day of?

    Hi Colby!

    Welcome back to the Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Thank you for sending in this question, as it's a good idea to be fully prepared when your FastPass+ reservation day comes around (60 days in advance for Disney Resort hotel guests, and 30 days in advance for guests staying elsewhere). When making your FastPass+ reservations, you may initially select one Tier 1 attraction, and two Tier 2 attractions at the same park, and when these have been used you can make further FastPass+ reservations, one attraction at a time, at any park.  You never know if you will be able to find a Tier 1 availability on the same day - it's just a matter of continuing to check your My Disney Experience account.  You might be lucky, but I would not rely on it, especially with the Tier 1 attractions as they are so popular.  This is what I do at Epcot: I make my FastPass+ in advance for Soarin' Around The World (Tier 1), arrive at park opening and head straight to Test Track (also Tier 1).  The standby line builds quite quickly but is still manageable if you go straight there.   We always opt for the Single Rider line at Test Track as this tends to move the fastest, and sometimes we have ended up in the same ride vehicle!  This way we can enjoy both of our favourite Tier 1 attractions.

    There is currently no complete list of all FastPass+ selections, but I have detailed below the choices for Tier 1.  Please note that at Disney's Hollywood Studios there are currently no FastPass+ reservations offered for the attractions at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, and the majority of other attractions in the park are now Tier 1, with the exception of Star Tours - The Adventures Continue and most shows and entertainment which are now Tier 2.  At Magic Kingdom Park there are no tiers, so you may initially select any three attractions.

    These are the Tier 1 attractions:  (Most other attractions and shows are available in Tier 2.)
    Please note this is subject to change.

    Epcot:
    Frozen Ever After
    Soarin' Around the World
    Test Track

    Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park:
    Avatar Flight of Passage
    Na'vi River Journey

    Disney's Hollywood Studios:
    Alien Swirling Saucers
    Toy Story Mania!
    Slinky Dog Dash
    Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith
    The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.

    Please come back and visit us if you have any further questions.  We will be happy to help you plan your magical vacation to Walt Disney World Resort.

    Sue
     

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