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Disneyland Paris requires 150 euros per person for unlimited FastPass, Is WDW next?

Donald Razorduck

Well-Known Member
If this is still around in June 2019, I will use it, we only have time for a day and a half at Disneyland Paris. We'll spend a whole day at Disneyland and would love to hit Big Thunder up multiple times day and night.

Hate me all you want.
 

Frankie The Beer

Well-Known Member
I'm really hoping Disney does something for people who prefer not to wait in lines. I would spend $150 easy for unlimited Fastpasses if it was across my whole vacation. Probably up to another $50 a day extra just to skip lines as much as possible.
 

HauntedPirate

Sheltered-at-home Park nostalgist
Premium Member
I'm really hoping Disney does something for people who prefer not to wait in lines. I would spend $150 easy for unlimited Fastpasses if it was across my whole vacation. Probably up to another $50 a day extra just to skip lines as much as possible.

Oh, it won't be nearly that cheap or easy, you can bet on that. My guess: Deluxe resort, Concierge level, $150+/person/night and must include all guests in the room for the length of your stay.

But Disney will never monetize FastPass... :rolleyes:
 

MinnieWaffles

Well-Known Member
People are so lazy they don't want to book fastpasses and wait in hour long lines all day :hilarious:

Insane logic. But, I would pay for a Disney equivalent of a express pass.
 

HauntedPirate

Sheltered-at-home Park nostalgist
Premium Member
People are so lazy they don't want to book fastpasses and wait in hour long lines all day :hilarious:

Insane logic. But, I would pay for a Disney equivalent of a express pass.

I understand what you're saying. There was a time when park capacity was appropriate for attendance, meaning hour-plus waits were usually saved for the weeks around major holidays, so something like an Express Pass-equivalent weren't necessary to do more than a half-dozen things in a day. At Magic Kingdom, of course. A half-dozen things will basically allow you to do almost everything at each of the other parks. :hilarious: (An exaggeration, I know, work with me, people!!)

And, FWIW, I still like being the "FastPass runner". :) Pre-planning FP's 2 months in advance just doesn't trip my trigger...
 

Jonathan Wang

Disney/Monorail Nut
they had something like this similar at shanghai disney, however the "ultimate fastpass" was limited quantity.

so i had to buy passes to all the rides seperately which ended up costing more.
 

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