1. jeremy1002

    jeremy1002 Rope Dropper

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    1) Can you get a FP at each park independently of each other?

    2) Are there any attractions in either park that are "disconnected" from the system like Dumbo at WDW used to be back in the paper FP days?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Meglen

    Meglen Mouseketeer

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    If you book 1 fast pass and go to the park and use that one than u can book a new one anywhere. But you can't book 3 in 3 different parks in the same day. And no all are digital now
     
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  4. jeremy1002

    jeremy1002 Rope Dropper

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    Clarification: I am asking in regards to Disneyland Paris
     
  5. Meglen

    Meglen Mouseketeer

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    Oh I didn't even see that !! Woops
     
  6. A Small World

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    Yes you can get Fast passes in both parks independantly of each other. The 2 parks fastpasses are not connected

    No I dont think they are any rides which are disconnected now
     
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  7. shaycamp21

    shaycamp21 DIS Veteran

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    How does FP work with printed tickets from online? Sorry if this is a dumb question, my only experience before is the old FP machines at WDW where you'd put in your Key to the World Card (before magic bands) but I don't understand how it work with paper tickets.
     
  8. A Small World

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    I think they often swap your printed paper ticket for a 'proper' ticket at the turn styles on your first entry to the park
     

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