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Unread 25 Jun 19, 08:29 PM  
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The Universal Express Pass works very well and I would definitely pay for similar at Disney. Arranging Fastpasses takes up far too much time for a holiday.
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Yes, I would pay. We already pay for Express passes at Universal ( by staying at the premium hotels) and it means we can do all the rides in two days.

Bring it on I say
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I would not pay for FP's at disney. I see they offer this in Paris and it puts me off. When I'm paying $100 a day on basic passes I don't believe you should have to pay more and actually believe the park should gurantee you a minimum number of rides/attractions per 5 hours your in the park. So as currently we get 3 FP's per day , if you are in the park for 5 hours you should get an extra and so on for every 3 hours your in the park. I know some of these may be for lower spec attractions but still.
Paying for FP's will eventually mean people will pay to enter and not ride anything as they will all be sold to the people daft enough to pay for them.
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Yes if it means we dont have to book FPs. We cancelled loads of FPs last month as our plans changed.
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As a family of 5, the costs would be far too much and we will probably be priced out of Disney. Getting there & tickets prices are so high to start with.
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I would pay $25 for the headliners.

Claudette, would it not be worth trying to snag some at 60 days to save a few bucks?

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Yes Disney332 I will book FPs at 60 days, I am aware of this. However during my stay HS rides are more or less all at Tier 1 so I can't FP them.
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Yup I will pay definitely - when I win the lotto (I guess that probably be a no in reality then )
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I would not pay for FP's at disney. I see they offer this in Paris and it puts me off.
That is optional though, and frankly unnecessary unless you are only ever. going for one day at the busiest times of the year.

DLP still offer free FPs, and they are all you need really.
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