Walt Disney World now offers 1 day park tickets with 3 pre-linked FastPass+ experiences

May 07, 2018 in "Ticket - Magic Your Way Ticket"

Posted: Monday May 7, 2018 12:14pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

If you buy single day Walt Disney World tickets, a new option might make your trip a little easier.

With this new ticket, 3 FastPass+ experiences are selected for you to use the next day—and will be automatically linked to your ticket. Tickets are sold with FastPass + selections for next day use only, and the FastPass windows are pre-determined.

There are variety of FastPass+ groupings to choose from at each park, although some of the headliners - such as Avatar Flight of Passage are not included.

Here is a run-down of each group, and you can buy online at DisneyWorld.com

Magic Kingdom Park 1-Day Ticket with Linked FastPass+ Experiences

Fantasyland Classics

“it’s a small world,” Dumbo the Flying Elephant and Mad Tea Party

Futuristic and Frightful Fun

Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin, Haunted Mansion and Tomorrowland Speedway

Pint-Size Adventures

The Barnstormer, The Magic Carpets of Aladdin and Pirates of the Caribbean

Whimsical Escapades

Under the Sea ~ Journey of The Little Mermaid, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor

Epcot 1-Day Ticket with Linked FastPass+ Experiences

Immersive Explorations

Spaceship Earth, Living with the Land, and The Seas with Nemo & Friends

Delightful Encounters

The Seas with Nemo & Friends, Turtle Talk With Crush and Journey Into Imagination With Figment

Disney’s Hollywood Studios 1-Day Ticket with Linked FastPass+ Experiences

Sensational Stage Shows

Beauty and the Beast – Live on Stage, For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration and Voyage of the Little Mermaid

Movie-Inspired Excitement

Muppet*Vision 3D, Star Tours – The Adventures Continue and the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular!

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park 1-Day Ticket with Linked FastPass+ Experiences

Prehistoric and Whitewater Thrills

DINOSAUR, Kali River Rapids and Primeval Whirl

Wild Performances

Festival of the Lion King, Finding Nemo – The Musical and It's Tough to be a Bug!

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Disneymom64May 09, 2018

Hotel rooms are disproportionate to park capacity. Yet they continue to add rooms. Now good neighbor hotels get some of the same benefits as resort guests. Now just for fun let’s give day guests some of those same benefits. Where does it end? The only real answer to long lines is to add additional outlets/attractions for guests which I believe Disney is working on. Just not at an acceptable rate.

HauntedPirateMay 09, 2018

Not too bad. I have a large noggin, so finding a large brimmed hat that fits can sometimes be difficult. Baseball hats are fine, as long as they aren't fitted. Fortunately, tin foil is far cheaper and easier to fit around my head than normal hats. One downside is strength - The brim tends to sag and let a heavier rain fall right on me. But with my hair thinning on top, I need the blockage to avoid getting sunburned, and so they are also cheaper than continually buying and applying sunscreen to my head (not to mention safer than all the chemicals found in many sunscreens). Another downside, though, is the sun reflecting at others. People sometimes get annoyed by that, but I just say, "If you don't like it, walk away". :cool: So you have doubts that TDO hasn't already been thinking about the potential of selling a 1-day ticket to other parks in the future with pre-loaded FastPasses, particular DHS after SW:GE opens? Nothing conspiratorial about it - They are going to have to do something about crowds at DHS starting in late 2019/early 2020. They will be looking at any and all options to disperse crowds away from SW:GE once it opens and to other rides/attractions/shows, and this sounds like one avenue right now they'd likely pursue.

LAKid53May 09, 2018

I'm apparently having one of those days, lol. Good catch.

smileMay 09, 2018

actually listing a #6 would go a little further towards where you want to be, methinks ;)

smileMay 09, 2018

all methods to utilize MM+ in every way imaginable will be undertaken including any means to monetize it's function and exert control over as many aspects of the guest experience as possible using the data provided to conjure new ways to increase per guest spending, lowering capex, and essentially just getting maximum use of every penny ever spent at the resort. no decisions are undertaken for their own good sake without having been thoroughly vetted for maximum return crossed with what the guest will tolerate... guest tolerance is far more a hot button topic than many here would seemingly like to admit. this is, of course, not new and will most certainly continue - this particular announcement is nothing. so, nothing to see here, really... until there is... and there will be.

winstongatorMay 09, 2018

Was more speaking to the value. One day tickets are pricey. Our 3 years as passholders we were around $25/person/park-day. Now hotels...

winstongatorMay 09, 2018

So you'll give me 20-1 odds?

CaptainAmericaMay 09, 2018

Except he had to pay extra for express pass. This program is free.

winstongatorMay 09, 2018

Add Mountain Climber: Space, Splash, Big Thunder Spaceship explorer: SSE, Mission Space, Soarin Thrills: Tower of Terror, Rock & Roller Coaster, Indy? It will be hard to deliver 'value' for the one day ticket. A friend got 1-day 2-park tickets to Universal, peak season, with express pas. Is that a value? He only had one day and while expensive seemed like he & his family enjoyed it.

MrPromeyMay 09, 2018

Good call. I can totally understand looking at things and trying to extrapolate a future from what you see. Debating what may ultimately come of changes can be fun and disagreeing about changes and the impact from changes that have happened or are happing is interesting and allows us all to see alternate viewpoints (of the current, actual reality) but getting worked up about something you're right now only imagining to be the future seems... Well, silly is the nicest word I can attach to that. When and if Disney comes back and starts doing what is being predicted, then we can all go grab our pitchforks and of course, those who predicted the end of the world was around the corner since the dawn of time will stand up and say "See?! I was right!" but even fortune cookies sometimes get it right. That doesn't mean I'm about to live my life based on what the next one says, though.

MrPromeyMay 09, 2018

One can thank someone for a fresh bouquet of flowers they received or look closer at the flowers someone else just got and complain on their behalf because there are no roses in the bunch, I suppose. I think we all "see" the same thing. Some of us just prefer to save our foil for food. To each their own. :rolleyes:

Gabe1May 09, 2018

Yep. Disney has plenty of data. They indeed know how to funnel the most vulnerable to their tier 2 category, walk on attractions in many cases. One can cheer Disney for being so kind to newbies or a seasoned Disney traveler can see through the fog.

Casper GutmanMay 09, 2018

I wasn’t really criticizing it, just pointing to it as an example of paid FPs. But I’ll criticize it now. Look at how radically WDW room prices have increased over the last few years (not solely or primarily because of FPs, of course). Calling it a perk stretches the definition of the word to the breaking point - guests pay through the nose for that “perk.” It falls under what I’ve been referring to as the “illusion of value” - an illusion that is strengthened if FPs are given an explicit monetary value but remain a “perk” for on-site guests.

Casper GutmanMay 09, 2018

I’m sure your also aware of DL’s Maxpass, which is an upcharge (it also seems to be a better system then Orlando’s.) I actually wouldn’t mind upcharge FPs - the more expensive, the better. But the idea that WDW doesn’t want to wring every penny out of their billion dollar boondoggle is nuts. Yes, Disney reaps some benefits from FPs ability to create the illusion of value, shuffle crowds around, and collect data. But the first two of those objectives are actually furthered if most FPs are upcharges, and data collection can continue apace as long as tying them to credit cards and room keys convinces guests to strap tracking bracelets to themselves. Betting on the generosity of WDW management is unwise.