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Disney to lift limits on FastPass+ system starting Monday

The FastPass+ sign outside the Haunted Mansion attraction at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom.

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The FastPass+ sign outside the Haunted Mansion attraction at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom.

Limits on Disney's new FastPass+ program are going away as of Monday, Disney has announced, and the theme park giant is also adding a park hopper feature to the system.

FastPass+ lets visitors make advance reservations for select rides, shows and parades. The free service is part of Disney's billion-dollar project to enhance vacation planning.

Since it began, visitors have been restricted to three FastPass+ uses a day, all within just one park, but starting Monday uses will be unlimited, Disney announced on its blog for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.

Here's how it will work: Users will still be able to sign up in advance for three passes. After using those three passes, visitors can select another one at any FastPass+ kiosk in the parks. After using the fourth pass, the process can be repeated on a fifth one, and so on.

Visitors also will be able to move from park to park and get an additional FastPass+ at each one.

Disney to lift limits on FastPass+ system starting Monday 04/25/14 [Last modified: Friday, April 25, 2014 2:50pm]
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