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Old 17 Aug 19, 12:29 PM  
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Originally Posted by Ellelledee View Post
I get really panicky trying to make the right choice.
Our first park is Animal Kingdom and I always think that in the afternoon MK becomes really hot and there are always massive queues so my theory is book the passes in the afternoon and then a to try and get on stuff without passes in the morning so that we still have stuff to do in the afternoon. But then dh is saying isnít it better to get passes in the morning so we can book more in the afternoon but Iím thinking there probably wonít BE any in the afternoon so we would just use our passes and then be hot and stumped in the afternoon.
Iíll be wrong whatever Iíve booked 😂😂

But also I got really stressed working out each one trying to not overlap etc
I think that being on the dibb can make fast pass booking far more stressful than it really needs to be.

I would definitely agree with your husband and unless I have planned a late start (e.g. waterpark first or a late night event the night before) I would always book FPs for the morning. My first would be from around an hour after general park opening, after that the lines will be built up, lines to the most popular rides will build up within minutes.

There are always some FP later on, maybe not the headline rides, but there will be FPs. In all honesty, I would rethink your strategy of afternoon FPs and at least do some days of morning FP at the beginning of the holiday when you are up early.

They system won't let you overlap, it should be clear when you come to book.
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