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Is there a guide anywhere that discusses which Fast Passes get booked up first? Getting ready to use the FP+ system for the first time and wondering which attractions I should try first to make sure we get them.
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There's all kinds of scientific formulas applied to this question!
Our strategy is to book our Animal Kingdom day first and make sure we get Flight of Passage--which seems to be the hardest FP to get right now. So, for example, if we are traveling for 5 days and our Animal Kingdom day is day 3, then when making our FP selections, I start with that day. I'd do Studios next, especially if you want Slinky Dog, which is in its own Tier with the rest of the Toy Story Land attractions. EPCOT, FROZEN seems to be the most popular. At Magic Kingdom, Peter Pan and 7 Dwarfs Mine Train Coaster are the hardest to get FP followed closely by the rest of the "mountains."
Know that FP times can be modified after initial selections are made. I spend time getting the initial FP selections. THEN go back and modify at my leisure.
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Flight of Passage was the toughest of all the ones we tried to get for our January trip. However, since then, Toy Story Land has opened and I don't know how popular the Fastpasses are for those attractions.
Slinky dog goes first for sure. I was trying to get one for midweek in late Sept earlier this week (at my 60 day mark) and no luck, even though I got on the second my phone turned to 7am. I am going to keep trying for a cancellation. I have been able in late spring this yr to get Flight of Passage at the 30 day mark a couple times.
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