FastPass+ Experiment at Toy Story Midway Mania!

Over at Toy Story Midway Mania in Pixar Place of Disney’s Hollywood Studios, there’s an extremely unique temporary policy in place regarding how guests can ride the attraction.  The only way to do so from now through October 9, 2014 will be with a previously reserved FastPass+ selection.

Photo by Danny McBride

Photo by Danny McBride

There will be no stand-by queue and the Disability Access Service Card will not be accepted here.  Walt Disney World cast members are reporting that more FastPass+ reservations will be made available throughout the day.

This is definitely one of the more interesting tests that Disney has had in a while, especially with the recent closing of the Studio Backlot Tour.

What do you think this FastPass+ experiment means for the future of Toy Story Midway Mania, and the rest of Pixar Place?

By Danny McBride I’m from Long Island, New York and I’ve visited The Walt Disney World Resort 50 times since the year I was born, 1995. I am a social media contributor to WDW Magazine and Dad’s Guide to WDW. My lifelong dream is to work for The Walt Disney Company. My favorite attraction is The Haunted Mansion, and my favorite hotel is Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort!

One Comment on “FastPass+ Experiment at Toy Story Midway Mania!”

  1. I pay lots of money for my AP. Don’t take my stand by line away! When FP+ first started I made the statement that the FP+ would become the “REGULAR” queue and there would be only a few in the stand by line and guests may be better off to get in the stand by line as FP+ would be longer than ever. What about guests that have no internet access and then they go to the park and have to WAIT IN LINE to get a FP+ time to return? Then EVERYONE will be in the FP+ line at the ride anyway? LEAVE the stand by line in place !!!!!

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