Hollywood Studios and Epcot are next on the list for Fastpass+ rollout

Hollywood Studios and Epcot are next on the list for Fastpass+ rollout

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The death of paper Fastpass is fast approaching.  At both Animal Kingdom and Magic Kingdom, Fastpass+ has been rolled out to the masses, closing down all paper Fastpass machines that everyone is used it.  In the coming weeks, Epcot and Hollywood Studios will be getting this treatment as well.  On January 21, Hollywood Studios will be going paperless and utilizing Fastpass+ for early ride entry.  Following Hollywood Studios, will be Epcot on January 23.

This will be the final two parks for the Fastpass+ rollout to all four of the Walt Disney World parks.  Remember, you utilize Fastpass+ via an app, or your MagicBand wristband if you are staying at a Walt Disney World Resort.  Guests staying at a resort will be able to pre-select three attractions for Fastpass per park.  Guests who are not staying at a Walt Disney World hotel use the in-park kiosks to reserve their Fastpasses.

For a complete list of attractions and kiosks locations, click here.

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Clint Gamache started Thrillgeek back in 2013 to share his love of theme parks, pop culture and other geeky stuff with the world. He can be found on Twitter @cgamache83

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