Last updated on March 29th, 2017 at 07:59 pm
The Disney FASTPASS was introduced in 1999 and we Disney fans never looked back. The idea that we could reserve our place in a line that otherwise could be an hour or more suddenly made visiting Disney more appealing. The only bad thing about the FASTPASS is that you can only have 3 at a time and on peak days it’s certainly possible for the FASTPASS reservations to fill up fast.
Attractions covered by Maxpass
Today Disney announced that they have expanded the FASTPASS at two attractions in California with the implementation of the Disney Maxpass. Matterhorn Bobsleds in Disneyland park and Toy Story Mania in Disney California Adventure park will be the first attractions to over this new perk and we can all hope and pray that it is rolled out to other Disney-owned attractions in the near future.
What the MaxPass means for you
The Disney MaxPass will allow guests unlimited downloads of their high-resolution PhotoPass images and will allow them the convenience of mobile booking and redemption of Disney FASTPASS return times with the new smartphone app Disneyland Disney MaxPass. This app will be available for $10 a day, but will save you the hassle of returning to a kiosk to reserve another fast pass. Hassle free reserving and management of your FASTPASS!
Do you think you will use the MaxPass the next time you head to Disneyland?