I woke up one morning, a few days before our recent trip, with one thing on my mind: I had to rearrange my FastPass+ schedule.
This might not seem like a big deal. But as many of my fellow Disney addicts will understand, pre-planning is vital in order to facilitate the perfect vacation. Plus, it’s a heck of a lot of fun! Fortunately, changing my FP+ schedule was a breeze. First, I went to the Disney World website and logged into My Disney Experience. My plans were listed by day. I clicked on the day I wanted to rearrange and started changing my FP+ reservation times. You have to do this one reservation at a time, rather than changing them all at once. This sounds kind of cumbersome, but it’s really not that bad. I changed the first two FP+ reservations and then decided to document the last one for you.
Here’s a series of screen shots I took to demonstrate the process. Click on each image to enlarge.
My FP+ reservations before changing Space Mountain.
I clicked on the Space Mountain reservation and this came up:
All I had to do here was click “Modify FastPass+”
On the next screen, I had to choose either “Change the Experience” or “Change the Time.” I also had to select which people in our party I was changing the reservation for. Then I could click “Next.”
Next up was the “Select New Time” screen. I didn’t see the time I wanted, so I clicked “Show All” under “Available Times.”
After I clicked “Show All,” there was a good long list of available times. I scrolled down to capture this screen shot:
Click beside the desired time and hit “Next.”
Now I simply confirmed the change:
The “New Experiences” looked perfect, so I clicked “Done.”
And got a confirmation screen:
This step seemed a little redundant.
This is my updated FastPass+ schedule for that day:
After this, I went back to “My Plans,” which shows your daily schedule, including all reservations. I printed that screen to take with me to the park, just in case any glitches arose.
It looks like a lot of steps, especially since you have to repeat the steps for each FastPass+ you want to change. But it actually went a lot more smoothly than I expected, and didn’t take long at all.
Have you experienced FastPass+? How did it work for you?