The worst thing about planning a Disney World vacation is having to wake up early to do your FastPasses. Setting your alarm for 6:30am (if you are lucky enough to live on the east coast) and get yourself logged in and ready to go at 7:00am HOPING that you get the attractions you want and the times you desire.

If you read up, there are lots of strategies especially for those who are staying at a Disney resort. Work yourself back from your last day. Choose Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios days first to attempt to get Flight of Passage and Slinky Dog Dash. Book only “top tier” rides first and then go back in to fill in the other rides later. There are lots of ways to tackle this task by yourself, but even a veteran will not be able to match what we can provide.

As an example, we recently booked a family of three at sixty days out for their August vacation. Their requests were similar to many other visitors. They had other lower tier rides requested as well, but these were the big ones we needed to get first.

  • Day 1: Seven Dwarfs Mine Train and Peter Pan
  • Day 2: Test Track
  • Day 3: Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
  • Day 4: Flight of Passage
  • Day 5: Slinky Dog Dash
  • Day 6: Peter Pan and Big Thunder Mountain Railroad

Our planning system not only was able to obtain all of these FastPasses, but we were done before 7:01 am! Eight Fastpasses across six days booked within one minute. We then filled in the rest of the schedule and are trying to move the day one Mine Train and Slinky dog from early afternoon to morning.

Don’t set your alarm and don’t stress about not getting the FastPasses you need. Let Mousekepros do all the work!

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