Planning for Disneyland When You’re a Disney World Pro: Part One, Logistics 

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2. Fast Passes

When you go to Disney World, it’s also imperative to get your tickets well in advance because you need the early access to FastPass+ in order to get the most popular Fast Pass reservations. But at Disneyland, they are still using the individual kiosks for Fast Passes, so it doesn’t really make a difference (again, the last minute ticket strategy works out for Disneyland—not for Disney World). On the Disneyland app you have the option to purchase Max Pass which allows you to reserve Fast Passes one at a time from your phone. However, there are no guarantees that there will be Fast Passes available, so you’ll have to decide if that’s a risk vs. reward that you’re willing to take. We opted to use the kiosks and not purchase Max Pass, and it worked out just fine for us. One thing to note—you’ll often be able to get another Fast Pass before you use the first one. Be sure to check on the reminder ticket for the time that your next Fast Pass can be obtained. For example, we got a Fast Pass for Radiator Springs Racers that could be used at 1:00pm, but we could visit another kiosk as early as 11:30am.This helps out a lot with pacing your day.   




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