On Monday, Disney rolled out FastPass+ to all guests. Now anyone with valid park admission can make advance attraction reservations, but the testing of this new system continues.
Currently, Disney is working on two new enhancements to the FastPass+ experience. This is proof that Disney is listening to guest feedback about this new service, as both of these changes address common complaints about the FastPass+ system.
The first problem being addressed is the limited number of FastPass+ entitlements that guests receive in a day. Currently that number sits at three. Disney is working to add the ability for guests to book additional FastPass+ reservations during their visits. (Yay!) Here’s how it will eventually work. Once guests have used their original three FastPass+ reservations, they will be able to head to a FastPass+ kiosk (which can be found throughout the park) and add a fourth choice. This fourth FastPass entitlement will then be a rolling entitlement. As soon as guests use this fourth FastPass+ reservation, they can then go back to a FastPass+ kiosk to select yet another FastPass+, and so on.
The other issue that Disney is currently working on deals with the ability to make FastPass+ reservations in more than one park in a single day. Currently, guests who Park Hop cannot make FastPass+ reservations in all the parks they choose to visit; they can only make reservations in a single park. This will change. as Disney is adding a Park Hopping feature to FastPass+. (Yay, again!)
Currently, there is no official timeline that has been announced, but be on the lookout for these changes to take place over the next few months. We’ll make sure to keep you posted as the perks get rolled out.