How much does the fast pass cost at Disney World?

I’m going soon, around April 11 and I wanted to know how much does te fastpass cost. I read that a lot of answers said “it’s included in your package, so it’s free”. I’m getting the 3-Days for $119, but it said nothing about “fastpass”. Can someone answer and explain?

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  • Hi Gummy: I trust you read all the conditions for the $119 – 3 day ticket to Disney World.

    You must pay state taxes and there are blackout dates and you must be a permanent LEGITIMATE

    resident of the state of Florida (and Disney cannot be fooled) and you cannot use the ticket on three consecutive days. Of course you could use your off days going to Universal or Sea World. You must use the three days before June 7th

  • Fast Pass is 100% free. How it works is that you go up to any attraction that has the Fast Pass option available, scan your park tickets, and it will give you a time range to come back as well as Fast Pass tickets. Then you come back at that time range, scan your Fast Pass, and go into a special line that skips the regular line, and the wait is significantly shorter if there is any wait at all. I’d say the maximum that I ever waited in a Fast Pass line is 15 minutes, but it is almost always shorter. Please keep in mind that while you can get as much Fast Passes as you would like, once they are gone, they are gone, so try to get them early. If you do not come at the Fast Pass time frame that you bought, you will not be penalized, but they will not let you in at any other time frame. For a complete list of attractions that have the Fast Pass option available, click on the link I have attached.’s_Fast…

    I’ve been to Disney World four times, and it truly is a magical experience. Enjoy your trip.

  • The fast passes at Disney World is free. But there is a certain time you must be back to go and enjoy the ride. If you miss the time, the fast passes expire. Along with that, the fast passes are available towards the front of each line, they don’t come with your passes. Hope this helps and have fun 🙂

  • I’ve been to Disney many times and I have never heard of being able to buy the fast pass. The parks pass out the fast passes free at select rides. You will see little ticket booths, kind of like at a parking garage, near the entrance or exit of these rides. If you put in your park ticket it will send out a fast pass with an one hour time frame on it. Then all you have to do is return to that ride during that time frame and get in the fast pass line. Don’t lose the fast pass because they do check them multiple times while you are in line. At the bottom of the fast pass it will tell you when you can get your next one. Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, Peter Pan, and Buzz Lightyear rides usually run out of fast passes before the other rides at Magic Kingdom so you may want to ride those first. Hope this helps and have fun!

  • The Fast Pass is indeed free. It won’t be mentioned on your ticket, because it is something that anyone with a ticket can take advantage of. It is a different system than the Express Pass at Universal, and other similar paid passes.

    With the Fast Pass, you go to a kiosk near the ride entrance and enter your ticket. It prints you a receipt with a return time; you return at that time, enter the Fast Pass line, and basically cut ahead. For the most part, you can only have one Fast Pass at a time; if your return time is a while away, then you might be able to get another in the meantime – the time at which you can do so will also be printed on your receipt.

    It doesn’t allow you to automatically cut to the front of every line, but it does allow you to minimize your wait times. You can do something else, go on another ride, etc while you wait for the return time on your Fast Pass.


    They are free. Do not buy from ebay. People are trying to scam you! Disney’s FASTPASS allows guests to make ‘reservations’ for a popular ride to avoid waiting in long lines. As you approach the attraction that uses the FASTPASS system, you will see three lines. One is the FASTPASS distribution line (where you can make your reservation), the second is the FASTPASS entrance (when you’re returning to ride after making your FASTPASS reservation), and the third is the Standby entrance for guests not using FASTPASS. The FASTPASS distribution line features a clock showing what times the tickets are being issued for. A clock with the current time is displayed outside the FASTPASS attraction entrance. The Standby line will have the current wait time posted. Let’s see how this all works. It’s 11:00am and you want to go on Kali River Rapids but there’s a 60 minutes wait posted outside the Standby line. You take a look at the FASTPASS distribution and see that passes are being issued with a return time of 1:00 – 2:00pm. You get your FASTPASS and instead of waiting on a one hour line, you have two free hours before coming back, bypassing the standby line and getting on Kali with little or no wait. For the attractions, the assigned time will give you a 1 hour window to return, so you don’t have to run back to be there the minute it goes into effect. With the theater attractions, you’ll have a FASTPASS for a specific performance. One thing to keep in mind, for the most part you can’t get another FASTPASS until the current one is in effect. You’ll see the time when you can get your next FASTPASS printed on the bottom of your pass. In other words, don’t plan on going from one FASTPASS attraction to another gathering up slips. These machines are smart and won’t issue another until your current pass allows it. Every one in your party will be expected to turn in a FASTPASS at the attraction. And please don’t return before your scheduled time because you will not be allowed to enter. There’s nothing like weaving through a crowd of guests who are blocking the FASTPASS entrance because they’re too early. Another no-no is trying to use a FASTPASS that wasn’t issued that day. Don’t bother, they can’t accept it. Jumping off the standby line into the FASTPASS line isn’t cool. There will be a Cast Member waiting for you to turn in your non-existent pass who will send you right back to where the Standby line begins. FASTPASS is available to everyone and works with all admission media. There’s no charge for using it. Currently, the following Disney attractions are using the FASTPASS system: Animal Kingdom: Primeval Whirl Kilimanjaro Safaris Dinosaur It’s Tough to be a Bug Kali River Rapids Expedition Everest Disney MGM Studios: Rock n Roller Coaster Voyage of the Little Mermaid Star Tours Tower of Terror Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular Muppet’s 3-D Who Wants To Be A Millionaire-Play It! Lights Motor Action Stunt Show Magic Kingdom: Space Mountain Splash Mountain Big Thunder Mountain Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin Jungle Cruise Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh Peter Pan’s Flight Haunted Mansion Mickey’s PhilharMagic Epcot: Mission: SPACE Test Track Honey, I Shrunk the Audience Living With the Land Maelstrom Soarin’

  • The FastPass is free. You go to whatever ride you plan on going on. You take a pass(like a ticket) from a machine that will be there. On the FastPass it will tell you what time to return to the ride. It simply saves your spot in line. There is a one hour time frame like (2 o’ clock to 3 o’clock) that you can show up in. This is unlike Universal where you have to pay for a pass but you get to go the the front of the line. Have fun!

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  • “fast pass” is a ticket that is free and is dispensed at machines allover the 4 parks.what it does is there is a second line on most rides right next to the waiting lines and that line is the fast pass line. lets say you get the ticket at 12:00 am from a fast pass machine and it may say you get into a line with way less people maybe 4 hours later. it’s basically a ticket that you wait 2-5 hours with and get into the ride super fast.

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