2015 AAU Disney Duals

Wrestling

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Reservations and tickets at a significant price savings are available through Anthony Travel.

Go to the website: www.anthonytravel.com/wrestling

Click on the AAU Wrestling Scholastic Duals link.

Team Titan Disney Duals

Thursday, June 25th, 10am to Friday, July 3rd, 10am

Leave and Return Titan parking lot

We will leave from Titan, June 25th and arrive at Disney at on June 26th.

Weigh ins are Saturday, June 27. Wrestling June 28-July 2. Leave Disney July 2nd and return to Titan July 3rd.

Disney Duals Information

AAU Wrestling Scholastic Duals

June 27 – July 02, 2015

ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World® Resort

For families wishing to attend the Disney Duals can obtain rooms and tickets for theme parks at a considerable discount through Anthony Travel. To book your trip use their website http://www.anthonytravel.com/wrestling/ then click AAU Scholastic Duals or by calling 866-796-5222

Accommodations:

Disney’s Pop Century $99 per night

Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort $125 per night

There are other options available not on Disney property. Advantage to staying on property is the use of their transportation system.

Tickets:

If you order tickets and add the Water Park Fun and More it allows you entry into the wrestling event at ESPN. Save up to $134 with Anthony Travel

Specially priced Theme Park Tickets are offered exclusively through Anthony Travel for participants in and fans of the AAU Wrestling Scholastic Duals. If you wish to start your Disney Experience at the earliest possible time (30 days prior to your event), the deadline to order Theme Park Tickets is Monday, May 11, 2015.

The final deadline to order your specially priced Theme Park Tickets and have them shipped to your home is Tuesday, June 2.

The Water Park Fun & More option offers a certain number of visits to select Walt Disney World® destinations. For example, a 3-day ticket allows three visits. For each visit, you can choose one of the following:

  • ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex
  • DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park
  • Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park
  • Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
  • Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course

For example: Ordering a 4 day ticket with Water Park and More will allow entry into ESPN for wrestling 4 days.

Walt Disney World Information

WALT DISNEY WORLD RESORT PARKS

MAGIC KINGDOM

Disney’s first theme park in Florida has seven themed lands with dozens of attractions built

around wonder, fantasy and fun: Main Street, U.S.A.; Adventureland; Frontierland; Liberty Square; Fantasyland; Tomorrowland; and Mickey’s Toontown Fair.

ATTRACTION HIGHLIGHTS:

Mickey’s PhilharMagic, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin,

Pirates of the Caribbean, The Haunted Mansion, Jungle Cruise, Peter Pan’s Flight, Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Under the Sea-Journey of the LittleMermaid, Enchanted Tales with Belle, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train.

EPCOT

Touch the future and travel the world at Epcot. This park comprises an amazing array of attractions, shows, interactive presentations, live performances and architectural wonders. Guests are immersed in a world of technological accomplishments and international cultural achievements.

ATTRACTION HIGHLIGHTS:

Innoventions, Mission: SPACE, Spaceship Earth, Soarin’, Test Track, The Seas with Nemo & Friends,

Turtle Talk with Crush, World Showcase Lagoon-Featuring 11 Countries to explore!

DISNEY’S HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS

A working film, TV and radio studio, as well as a theme park, featuring interactive attractions,

Broadway-style shows and world-class entertainment that pay tribute to the world of show business.

ATTRACTION HIGHLIGHTS:

Fantasmic!, Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular, Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show,

Disney Junior - Live on Stage, Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith, The Twilight Zone

Tower of Terror™ ¹, Toy Story Mania!, Voyage of the Little Mermaid, Star Tours-The Adventures

Continue. Wandering Oaken’s Frozen Snowground, For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen

Sing-Along Celebration

DISNEY’S ANIMAL KINGDOM

The fourth Walt Disney World theme park features a world of adventures with exotic animals,

prehistoric giants and beloved Disney characters. Jungles, forests and a vast savanna are divided into four themed lands: Africa, DinoLand U.S.A., Discovery Island and Asia.

ATTRACTION HIGHLIGHTS:

DINOSAUR, Expedition Everest, Festival of the Lion King, Finding Nemo – The Musical, It’s Tough to Be a Bug!, Kali River Rapids, Kilimanjaro Safaris, Primeval Whirl, The Tree of Life.

WATER PARKS: 2

Disney’s Blizzard Beach

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon

Caribbean Beach Resort

Caribbean Beach Resort Fact Sheet

The Caribbean Beach Resort (CBR) is a lush tropical paradise on the grounds of Walt Disney World. It is located near Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Downtown Disney and considered an "Epcot Area Resort". The CBR is a "moderate" resort, with pricing and amenities between the "value" and "deluxe" resorts. The other moderate resorts are Port Orleans - Riverside, Port Orleans - French Quarter and Coronado Springs. All of the moderate resorts have Disney-quality theming, and similar pricing and amenities. Individual preferences are based on theming and layout.

Resort layout

The CBR has 2,112 guest rooms in 33 colorful 2-story buildings on the shores of a 42 acre lake. The buildings are grouped in 6 villages: Barbados, Martinique, Aruba, Jamaica, Trinidad North, and Trinidad South. Each village has 6 buildings, except for Trinidad North, which has 3 buildings. Each building contains 64 guest rooms. Each village has its own pool, white sand beach with hammocks and playground, laundry facilities, bus stop, and parking area. There are no elevators in any of the buildings. Guests who are unable to use stairs should request 1st floor rooms. All common facilities are wheelchair accessible.

The centerpiece of CBR is its 45-acre lake, Barefoot Bay, surrounded by a 1.4-mile promenade which connects to winding paths leading to all guest rooms and common areas. The promenade is superb for strolling, jogging, and bicycling. In the center of the lake is Caribbean Cay, an island with a play gorund, picnic area and beautiful foliage. Caribbean Cay is connected to the promenade on each side by a footbridge. The lake, island, lush vegetation, colorful buildings, and attractive landscaping combine to create a feast for the eye and spirit. Tip: arrange for a Mickey-delivered wake-up call, and then go jogging or for a stroll on the promenade at sunrise.

Old Port Royale (OPR), also called Centertown, is the main activities area with Market Street (food court), Shutters (sit-down restaurant), Calypso Trading Post and Straw Market (shops), Lobby Concierge, Goombay Games (arcade), large pool (Spanish fort-themed), water slide, wading pool, and whirlpool. Also here is the Barefoot Bay Marina and Bike Works (bicycle and boat rentals), bus stop, and parking area. The walk between OPR and your room is pleasant, but can be long: the most distant guest rooms are up to a 15 minute walk away. If distance from OPR is important to you consider reserving a Preferred Building - Trinidad North or Martinique.

Be sure to refer to the resort map when making reservations. The closest buildings to OPR are in Martinique (in order of closeness: buildings 26, 25, and 24) followed by Trinidad North (buildings 31, 32, and 33). The farthest buildings are in parts of Trinidad South (buildings 37-39) and Barbados (buildings 11 and 16). The villages of Aruba and Jamaica are across the lake from OPR; some buildings (44-46 and 51-53) in those villages are reasonably close. If you wish, you can drive from your room to OPR, or use the internal bus.

The Custom House has the front desk, check-in, Bell Services, and Lobby Concierge. The Custom House is located near the resort entrance, across the street from the village of Barbados. It's a distance from most of the villages to the Custom House by foot or you can take the bus. Large valuables can be left at the Custom House for safe keeping; smaller items can be kept in the room safes. Most guests will not need to go to the Custom House except at check-in, Magical Express, Airline Check-in and pickup.

I hear that there are no more room key cards at Disney resort hotels. How do I get into my room?

Walt Disney World has converted their room keys and admission tickets from plastic cards to MagicBands, flexible plastic wristbands, resembling a watch or bracelet, that use Radio Frequency (RF) technology. Your MagicBand is linked to your My Disney Experience (MDE) account (http://allears.net/tp/my-magic-plus.htm) and acts as your Disney resort room key. Simply touch the Mickey symbol on your MagicBand to the RFID reader near your room door to gain entry. Read about using MagicBands for park admission, FastPass+ and more here: http://allears.net/tp/magic-bands.htm

Check-in and check-out

Check-in is at 3 pm, at the Custom House. Your room might be available prior to 3 pm, but that is not guaranteed. If your room is not available, you can leave your luggage with Bell Services and use the main pool (lockers, changing areas, and public restrooms are at poolside), or you can head out to a theme park. Your luggage will be delivered to your room.

Check-out is at 11 am. If you pay by credit card, you do not have to go to the Custom House to check out. An itemized bill will be hung on your room door by 8:30 am on your day of departure. If you are leaving before the bill arrives, we suggest heading to the Customs House to get a copy. It is always a good idea to check your bill prior to departure! You can call Bell Services to pick up your luggage. If you are taking a bus or taxi to the airport, Bell Services will keep your luggage at the Custom House until your transportation arrives.

Guest rooms

IMPORTANT NOTE: Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort began a major refurbishment (July 2014) scheduled to be completed in spring 2015. During this time, all rooms (with the exception of King Bed rooms and Pirate Rooms) will be upgrading to queen beds. Many rooms (but not all) will then have the ability to accommodate up to five, with the addition of a bunk-size fold down bed. These rooms will be located in all of the resort's villages.

Currently, each room has two full-size beds, except for a few rooms with king-size beds. Up to four guests, and one child under 3 in a crib, are allowed per room. Cots are available at $15/night; call to reserve one in advance. There is space for a sleeping bag on the floor. Cribs are available. Rooms include two sinks outside the bathroom, cable TV/radio, armoire, table and chairs, phone, a small key-operated wall safe, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, and coffee maker. Complimentary coffee packs are also supplied. There should also be a refrigerator in the room -- if it's not there, request it, there is no charge! Bed boards, bed rails, extra blankets and pillows, baby cribs and sharps containers are available through housekeeping.

All rooms open onto an exterior corridor, and are roughly the same layout and size (340 sq. ft). Connecting rooms are available. A small number of rooms are designed for wheelchair guests. Noise is not a problem in any of the rooms, unless you have exceptionally unruly neighbors.

Walt Disney World Resort made complimentary Wi-Fi service available in all of its hotels as of March 2012. See our Internet Access page for details.

Pools

Count 'em: the CBR has nine pools, including the Pirate themed main pool at Old Port Royale, the adjacent wading pool and whirlpool, and six village pools (one in each village). All pools are heated, which makes for comfortable swimming year-round. The whirlpool is kept very toasty. Bring towels from your room; they are not available at poolside except at the Old Port Royale pool. Housekeeping will be more than happy to replace towels taken from the room. Pools hours are seasonal, and only the main pool has lifeguards on duty during official operating hours.

The main pool can get crowded on hot afternoons, and chair space is at a premium. However, village pools are rarely crowded so you can try one of those if the main pool is full.

Beaches

Each village has a beautiful, clean, white sandy beach on the lake. (After all, this is the Caribbean *Beach* resort!) Beaches have lounge chairs and very comfortable hammocks. Swimming is not allowed in the lake; however, you are invited to get wet at the adjacent village pools.

Playgrounds

Small playgrounds are located on the village beaches of Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad South.

Bikes

Bicycles are available for rent at the marina. The 1.4-mile promenade around the lake is great for bicycling. Also a lot of fun are the Surrey bicycles designed to accommodate parties of 2 to 4.

Volleyball - A white sand volleyball court is located on the beach of Barbados Village. Volleyballs may be picked up at the Marina building. Resort ID's are required.

In-Line Skating and Scooters - Florida law does not allow in-line skating or scooters on roadways, parking lots, or sidewalks.

Food

Old Port Royale features the Market Street food court, open from 6 am to midnight, with more limited hours for some of the counters. Breakfast selections include bagels, fresh fruit, Mickey waffles, eggs, and breakfast meats. Lunch and dinner selections include burgers, pizza, pasta, deli sandwiches, salads, and desserts. Blue Runner Pizza Delivery is also available.

Full dinners are available at the food court and at Shutters at Old Port Royale (a table service restaurant, adjacent to the food court) from 5 to 10 pm.

Tip: when you come back from a day at a theme park, fill your mug with decaf, and go relax poolside or on one of the hammocks along the beach.

Alcoholic beverages, including tropical specialties, are available at Shutters at Old Port Royale and at the poolside bar, Banana Cabana.

Limited room service, from Blue Runner Pizza and Meal Delivery, offers pizza and beverages. Delivery hours are from 4:00 PM to 11:30 PM Rooms have coffee makers and complimentary coffee packets.

Soda vending machines are in every village. Ice machines are in every guest room building.

The Rapid Fill beverage program allows Disney Resort guests to buy (or receive as part of the Disney Dining Plan) a resort mug that can be refilled for a certain period of time as designated at time of purchase. These mugs are enhanced by an RFID bar code that enables the mug to deactivate when the designated time is complete. For complete details visit: http://allears.net/din/mugs.htm

Shopping

The Calypso Trading Post and Calypso Straw Market at OPR sell sundries, souvenirs, Disney- and Caribbean-themed sportswear, and a limited variety of groceries and snacks.

Transportation

The Caribbean Beach Resort is a very large resort complex and some rooms are quite far from Old Port Royale. If you don't relish the thought of a long walk or taking a bus to grab your morning coffee, or if mobility is an issue, a car may be the option to consider.

Free bus service is provided from the CBR to all theme parks (Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom), the water parks, and to the Downtown Disney complex. Bus stops are located at each village and at Old Port Royale. Buses run approximately every 20 minutes - usually more frequently - from 1 hour before park opening to 1 hour after park closing. You can budget about 45-60 minutes total for bus travel from your room to a theme park. This includes walking from your room to a bus stop, waiting for a bus, travel time on the bus, and walking from the theme park bus stop to the entrance gate.

There is no direct service from CBR to other resorts. You take a bus to a theme park or to Downtown Disney, then change to monorail, boat, or another bus, depending on where you are going. Resort-to-resort travel can take well over an hour.

Buses to and from the theme parks and Downtown Disney make stops at OPR and at all the CBR villages. Some buses begin the CBR loop at Martinique and continue to OPR, Trinidad North, Trinidad South, Jamaica, Aruba, and finally Barbados before exiting CBR. Other buses begin at Jamaica and continue to Aruba, Barbados, Martinique, OPR, Trinidad North, and Trinidad South. There are no strong reasons to prefer one village over another based on transportation availability. Obviously, some buildings are closer to bus stops than others; if closeness to bus stop is an issue, ask when room selection is made. It may be helpful to refer to a map.

An internal bus stops at each village and at OPR and circles the resort twice before leaving.

If you bring or rent a car, you will find parking at CBR to be ample and free. Depending on your room location, you may or may not be able to park close to your room - if this is an issue, ask when room selection is made.

Airport transportation

Magical Express, town car, and taxi services to and from the airport stop at the Custom House. Magical Express is free to Disney Resort Guests however your luggage may take up to 3 hours additional to reach your room. AllEars® recommends private town car service for quick and easy transportation that can include a grocery stop when booked in advance!

Other amenities

Baby-sitting services are available at all Walt Disney World resorts. Check out the child care FAQ for more information.

A game arcade room, Goombay Games, is located at OPR, adjacent to the shops.

Hair wrapping and face painting is usually available by the main pool at OPR.

Laundry facilities, with coin-operated washers and dryers, are located at each village, near the pool. Detergent, bleach, and softener can be purchased from vending machines.

Small valuables can be kept in the room safe. Large valuables should be kept in the safe at the Custom House.

ATM, phone card vending machine, and a "penny-press" are located in OPR.

The front desk is open 24 hours.

Telephone, voice mail, fax, Internet

The CBR telephone number is (407) 934-3400. Use this number for calling a guest at the resort, or for asking questions specific to the resort. Resort room reservations should be made at (407) WDISNEY.

Each guest room has full-featured voice mail. Messages from inside or outside of Walt Disney World can be left on voice mail, and individual messages can be saved or deleted by the guest.

The fax number is (407) 934-2736. You are notified by voice mail when faxes are received; they can be delivered to your room, or you can pick them up at the Custom House. Service charges for incoming and outgoing faxes will be applied - check with the front desk for current rates. Photocopy services are also available for a fee.

Free Wi-Fi is available at all Disney resorts and theme parks

As of June 1, 2007, all Disney resorts and guest rooms are now smoke free. There are designated outdoor smoking areas. Check the resort map or with a Cast Member for locations.

Address
Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort
900 Cayman Way
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830-1000

Pop Century Fact Sheet

Pop Century Resort Fact Sheet

The Pop Century Resort spans 20th Century Pop cultures, the way people lived, played and communicated. It is similar to the All Star Resorts with oversized icons scattered around the grounds. Silhouettes illustrating dances of the decade adorn the front of each building and the roofs are lined with catch-phrases of the time.

Like the All-Star resorts, Pop Century is considered a "Value" resort, and prices are among the least expensive offered at Disney resorts. These are regular rate prices and do not include the Florida Sales Tax nor the county resort tax. Standard rooms have a maximum four-person occupancy per room. No charge for children under 17 years old when in the same room as the adults. If you have more than two adults in the room, there will be a $10 per night charge for each extra adult. Maximum of four per regular room, six per suite, plus a child under 3 in a crib.

What are the themes?

The 1950s area features giant sock-hoppers dancing on the sides of the buildings, possibly be-bopping to rock-and-roll tunes from the 40-foot-tall tabletop jukebox that anchors the courtyard. A bowling pin-shaped pool provides a cool dip. The canine character stars from Disney's "Lady and the Tramp" animated feature film (released to theater audiences in 1955) gaze at each other across the courtyard.

The 1960s -- Tie-dyed hues and psychedelic colors are the focus of the 1960s buildings. Play-Doh Pete, the artful child that adorned Play-Doh labels in the 1960s, is featured on a giant can of the popular modeling compound. Peeking out the top of the can are several Play-Doh animal creations, including a blue elephant and a yellow giraffe. See if you can spot the "thumbprints" on the elephant's ears, seemingly created by the child who modeled the Play-Doh pachyderm. Baloo and Mowgli from Disney's "The Jungle Book" (released in 1967) are hand-in-hand across the courtyard. Giant Duncan Imperial-model yo-yos, with "strings" that measure more than one-foot in diameter, bookend each 1960s building. The centerpiece of the area is the Hippy Dippy Pool, a flower-shaped pool complete with squirting petals on the periphery.

In the 1970s courtyard, the colorful Big Wheel riding toy gets ready to roll, while a classic Mickey Mouse rotary-dial telephone calls from across the courtyard. Between the two towering icons, table soccer players stand at the ready for guests to wander amidst their imaginary game. Eight-track tapes, the popular musical medium of the decade, corner each building.

In the 1980s area of Disney's Pop Century Resort, the most "puzzling" toy of the decade, the Rubik's Cube, towers more than 40 feet tall on each building. (Walt Disney Imagineers designed the different cubes to represent different stages of the solution process.) Across the courtyard, one of the original Sony Walkman models, and accompanying headphone set, anchors the building. In the middle of the courtyard is a computer-shaped pool, complete with a spongy keyboard that offers guests an alphabet-filled pool deck area.

Closing out the century, the 1990s area pays tribute to two personal technology marvels -- the cellular telephone and the computer. A giant laptop computer is the centerpiece, while early-model cellular telephones stand at each corner.

What other buildings and services are there?

Classic Hall features a check-in lobby, food court with different venues offering dine-in and take-out, merchandise location, game arcade (Fast Forward), and an exterior waiting area for bus service to and from the attractions.

There are three pools and one playground. Bowling Pin Pool is near the 1950s buildings, the Hippy Dippy Pool near the 1960s buildings and a Computer pool near the 1980s buildings.

What else can you tell us about the Pop Century Resort?

The resort is built around Hourglass Lake and features a bridge, originally called Generation Gap Bridge, that connects Pop Century with the Art of Animation Resort.

I hear that there are no more room key cards at Disney resort hotels. How do I get into my room?

Walt Disney World has converted their room keys and admission tickets from plastic cards to MagicBands, flexible plastic wristbands, resembling a watch or bracelet, that use Radio Frequency (RF) technology. Your MagicBand is linked to your My Disney Experience (MDE) account (http://allears.net/tp/my-magic-plus.htm) and acts as your Disney resort room key. Simply touch the Mickey symbol on your MagicBand to the RFID reader near your room door to gain entry. Read about using MagicBands for park admission, FastPass+ and more here: http://allears.net/tp/magic-bands.htm

What is check-in and check-out time?

Check-in is at 3 p.m. and check-out is 11 a.m.

Describe the accommodations.

Rooms are 260 square feet, with two double beds or one king bed, a table and two chairs, vanity area and sink with separate bathroom, 32-inch flat screen color television, in-room wall safe, iron/ironing board, mini-refrigerators, telephones with voice mail and data port. Available on request: rooms accessible to guests with disabilities, hearing-impaired TDD telephones, visual smoke alarms, bed boards and bed rails, and cribs. Room furnishings include custom-designed and themed bed coverings, wall art and wallpaper borders.

Are there smoking and nonsmoking rooms?

As of June 1, 2007, all Disney resorts and guest rooms are smoke-free. There are designated outdoor smoking areas. Check the resort map or with a Cast Member for locations.

Is there Internet Access available in the rooms?

Walt Disney World Resort made complimentary Wi-Fi service available in all of its hotels as of March 2012. See our High Speed Internet Access page for details.

What are my food and beverage options?

Offerings include Everything Pop, a 640-seat food court area; pizza delivery to guestrooms; and Petals Pool Bar (located adjacent to Hippy Dippy Pool).

Everything Pop, the Food Court, has five stations: Bakery & Cafe, Market, Grill, East meets West, and Pizza and Pasta plus a self-serve quick food area.

What are Rapid Fill Mugs?

The Rapid Fill beverage program allows Disney Resort guests to buy (or receive as part of the Disney Dining Plan) a resort mug that can be refilled for a certain period of time as designated at time of purchase. These mugs are enhanced by an RFID bar code that enables the mug to deactivate when the designated time is complete. For complete details visit: http://allears.net/din/mugs.htm

Can I shop here?

A 5,000-square-foot retail center in Classic Hall offers resort-specific merchandise and Walt Disney World souvenirs. It is also the location where you can pick up your Disney purchases that you sent to your resort.

How about recreation?

Three feature pools -- the Bowling Pin Pool, the Hippy Dippy Pool and the Computer Pool; a kiddie pool; playground; and the Fast Forward arcade. Goofy stands watch over Pop Jet Playground, a playland of popping water located near the 1970s lodge buildings.

Tell me about the special displays in the lobby.

From mood rings to 8-track tapes, surfboards to pet rocks, Superman to saddle shoes, so much nostalgia pours from Disney's Pop Century Resort that a lobby hobby for guests could be "Walkin' the Wall."

The Wall, in this case, is a memory lane of wall-mounted "shadow boxes" brimming with the fads, fashions, music, toys and trinkets from the 1950s, '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s. It's across from the check-in desk.

Where is the Pop Century Resort?

Pop Century is located adjacent to the Wide World of Sports Complex. It is also close to the Caribbean Beach Resort.

1050 Century Drive
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Phone: 407-938-4000
Fax: 407-938-4040

Fast Pass+

Fast Pass + information

You will need to download the My Disney Experience App or go online once you receive your tickets.

FastPass+ is the new version of Disney's innovative system designed to reduce long waits at attractions.

With FastPass+, Disney resort guests can select three FastPass+ attractions and/or entertainment experiences per day (all in the same park) through the My Disney Experience website and mobile app. This can be done before leaving home, or after you've arrived at Walt Disney World, and you can make changes on the go. You are able to reserve firework and parade viewing areas, shows, Disney character greetings and more, in addition to favorite attractions.

For guests who don't know where to start, Disney recommends FastPicks -- a set of three FastPass+ selections that serve as a starting point -- and give guests the option to customize their selections. Disney's FastPass+ service is included with theme park admission.

Can anyone take advantage of FastPass+?

Yes. All park guests -- including those staying at Disney resorts, passholders AND day guests using Magic Bands or Magic Your Way passes, can use FastPass+ without an additional fee. However, only Disney resort guests who already have purchased and registered their tickets can schedule FastPass+ times using the My Disney Experience (MDE) website or mobile app up to 60 days in advance of their visit to the parks. Offsite guests (day guests) and passholders can schedule FastPass+ times 30 days in advance of their visit, using either MDE or the in-park FastPass+ kiosks.

To obtain FastPass+ using the My Disney Experience website or mobile app:

Make sure your park tickets are linked to your account. Follow the directions on the website or app.

Once logged in, hover the cursor over the MY DISNEY EXPERIENCE link on the right side of the top navigation bar.

Under the heading Plan and Manage, select FastPass+:
Select the day you want to make plans for.

Select Make your FP+ Selections.
Select the members of your party you will be making plans for.
Select the park you will be visiting.

Select up to three preferences. All must be in the same park. (Important note: In Epcot and Hollywood Studios you Select ONE Attraction from Tier 1 and then up to two in Tier 2.)

To obtain FastPass+ using the in-park kiosks:

Once you arrive at the park, if you have a paper ticket you must exchange it for a plastic card ticket with an RFID chip. NOTE: Keep these chips away from magnets and cell phones, as they can erase the encoded information. You'll also be given a flyer explaining the FastPass+ scheduling process.The flyer will also detail your FastPass+ attraction options.

Go to a FastPass+ kiosk.

TIP: At park opening, the FastPass+ kiosks nearest to the park entrance are very crowded, but there are plenty of open kiosks if you walk further into the park.

If you do not already have a My Disney Experience account set up, at the kiosk you will first ADD each person's ticket info and their names. You will save a lot of time by setting up your account and linking the tickets in advance!

NOTE: EACH PERSON (over age 3) NEEDS A FastPass+ RESERVATION!

TIP: Write each name on each plastic card ticket if they are not already on the admission tickets.

After entering the information for each member of your party, pick three FastPass+ attractions and times for the day. It doesn't matter if everyone in your party wants to do different things. This is the first step: Choosing what the majority will want to do.

Go back to each name and CHANGE the FastPass+ if they do not want to do what the majority is doing.

At any time, any one of your party can now go up to a kiosk and change one, or everyone's, choice or times.

Once you have your times set up, take a photo of the screen. Your selections will also show up on your MDE account. For a sample of the confirmation screen, click HERE. You also can choose to have the FastPass+ times emailed to you.

TIP: You may also want to write your FastPass+ times down, in case your phone battery dies.

Once your FastPass+ time has arrived, go to the attraction. When you approach, you will see two clocks. The first one will tell you how long the STANDBY ENTRANCE wait time is, if you got in line right at that moment. The other clock tells the actual time, so that FastPass+ users know if they are eligible for entry.

Get in the line for FastPass+ holders (FastPass+ RETURN). MAKE SURE to arrive within your FastPass+ window! You still can use the FastPass+ if you arrive 5 minutes before the window starts and up to 15 minutes after it closes. Be sure to have your MagicBand wristband or plastic admission ticket with the RFID chip ready to be scanned. Further along the queue, you will have to scan your MagicBand or RFID ticket again.

If the FastPass+ was for between 1 and 2 p.m. can it be used after 2 p.m. or does it expire?

The FastPass+ expires expires 15 minutes after the close of your window, giving you a short grace period, unless the attraction has been closed for some reason for an extended period of time.

So I am limited to 3 FastPass+ per day?

No, once you use all 3 of your FastPass+, you may visit a FastPass+ Kiosk in the park you are in and obtain another FastPass+. Once you use that FP+ you can get another, and another after that, and so on.

Can I Park Hop with FastPass+?

Yes, once you have used your 3 FastPass+ in a particular park, you may go to another park. Once at that park, visit a FastPass+ Kiosk to obtain a new FastPass+. You may only get one FP+ at a time.

What attractions are FastPass+ Attractions?

You will find the FastPass+ attractions listed on the MDE website or mobile app. There will also be a list of available attractions on flyers in the theme parks at the in-park FastPass+ kiosks. The Park Guide Maps will also indicate which attractions are FastPass+ attractions. You can also ask any Cast Member or inquire at Lobby Concierge in your Disney resort hotel.

There is no guarantee you will be able to obtain the FastPass+ that you want, especially for very popular attractions/shows during peak times.

What happens if I have a FastPass+ and I am unable to make it to the attraction in time? Can I change it to at another attraction or another time?

Using the My Disney Experience website or mobile app, you can make changes throughout the day to reschedule your FastPass