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Sleep In! Fast Pass+ Booking Window Moved

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A Walt Disney World Resort guest uses a MagicBand to enter Magic Kingdom theme park in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Guests also can use MagicBands to enter their Disney Resort hotel room, buy food and merchandise, enter Walt Disney World Resort theme parks and water parks, access their selected FastPass+ experiences and connect to Disney's PhotoPass. MagicBands are part of the new MyMagic+, which has the ability to connect nearly all aspects of the guest vacation experience at Walt Disney World Resort. (Kent Phillips, photographer)

A Walt Disney World Resort guest uses a MagicBand to enter Magic Kingdom theme park in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Guests also can use MagicBands to enter their Disney Resort hotel room, buy food and merchandise, enter Walt Disney World Resort theme parks and water parks, access their selected FastPass+ experiences and connect to Disney’s PhotoPass. MagicBands are part of the new MyMagic+, which has the ability to connect nearly all aspects of the guest vacation experience at Walt Disney World Resort. (Kent Phillips, photographer)

To better serve the guests of Walt Disney World, starting TODAY the window for Fast Pass+ bookings has changed to a more respectable 7 am ET.

What does this mean to you?

Sleep in, chile!

That’s right; you can go to bed like a normal person. Huzzah!

No more late nights spent stalking the Disney World website and waiting for that stroke of midnight. You can get some sleep and book when you are awake. Or at least, mostly awake, right?

For many of you, this is great news.

Unless, of course, you live on the west coast… and then it kinda sucks to be you. Sorry guys, I feel your pain.

extra hour of sleep

There will not be.

You’ll need to do the math and wake up a few hours early (and that’s REALLY early, yall!) to book your must-do attractions.

Or…

You could totally use a Travel Agent (holla!) like me who doesn’t mind waking up at 4 am to make magic happen. It’s what?I do.

I could be your Fast Pass Fairy Godmother, friends.

I figure it comes with all this mom’ing practice I’ve done for the past 15 years, and it’s also good sleep deprivation training for the next runDisney wake up call.

running wake up

Who’s 60 days out and what Fast Passes are you hoping to snag for your next Walt Disney World trip?

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