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12 Things Nobody Tells You About Walt Disney World

9. Some FastPasses Aren’t Worth It -- One of the biggest time savers in all of Walt Disney World is the FastPass system. All guests who visit the parks are entitled to FastPasses for free and they act as a reservation where a guest picks an attraction or experience and reports to it at a designated time to enjoy it with little to no wait time. Guests who stay on property in a Disney Resort are entitled to book their FastPasses up to sixty days in advance and those who stay off property can book up to thirty days in advance. All guests can book three FastPasses per day in one park ahead of time, and once they use the initial three they can book more on the go for that day as they enjoy the parks. There are plenty of very popular attractions that guests should absolutely book FastPasses for as they tend to always have lengthy wait times, thus guests will save tons of time that they can use to enjoy other experiences instead of waiting on line. Some of the most popular attractions to book FastPasses for are Space Mountain the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, Soarin’ Around the World, Frozen Ever After, Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith, Toy Story Mania, Avatar Flight of Passage, and Dinosaur. While all of those attractions should definitely be enjoyed with FastPasses, there are many other options that are available for guests to choose, however some of them are not worth it at all. Some attractions that are available for FastPasses rarely have wait times that exceed twenty minutes, making them not necessarily the best choices for the service. Some attractions to avoid booking FastPasses for include The Magic Carpets of Aladdin, Mickey’s Philharmagic, Journey into Imagination with Figment, The Seas with Nemo and Friends, and Muppet Vision 3D. If possible, guests should avoid booking FastPasses for these attractions and instead opt for experiences that tend to have longer wait times in order to save more time to enjoy other areas of the parks.