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  • [Question] Annual pass / fast pass question

    Do you think an annual pass would work for fast pass if used on a blockout day?
    I have spent 80 days of my life at Disneyland.




  • #2
    Re: Annual pass / fast pass question

    wouldn't you just use whatever ticket you used to get into the park???

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    • #3
      Re: Annual pass / fast pass question

      Yeah, I would. Its a question, not a plan.
      I have spent 80 days of my life at Disneyland.



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      • #4
        Re: Annual pass / fast pass question

        oh i get it .. so you can double up on the FP's use your ap AND use your entry ticket...

        ---------- Post added 09-23-2011 at 09:46 AM ----------

        and no... your pass would need to be scanned at the front gate in order for it to work in the park.

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        • #5
          Re: Annual pass / fast pass question

          You can only get a fast pass with a ticket that has been scanned at the front gate when you enter the park. So you would not be able to use the pass that was blocked out to get a fastpass.

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          • #6
            Re: Annual pass / fast pass question

            1 FP per guest, per entry ticket
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            • #7
              Re: Annual pass / fast pass question

              That makes sense. I rarely use fp so I don't know the ins and outs.
              I have spent 80 days of my life at Disneyland.



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              • #8
                Re: Annual pass / fast pass question

                Eh, I've been able to use a pass that wasn't scanned at the front before, but that was a few years ago...

                (For the record, it was an accident. Had dear old dad's pass on me from the day before)
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                • #9
                  Re: Annual pass / fast pass question

                  that's why when i go with my parents my mom and dad just lets us use their extra fast passes so 4 for me my sister and two friends and 2 extra from my parents (works well tested it last weekend)

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                  • #10
                    Re: Annual pass / fast pass question

                    When you get a blockout ticket, you will be asked to present it in conjunction with your AP anytime you go through the turnstiles or if you make a purchase that qualifies for an AP discount. The blockout ticket is what is scanned at the turnstiles, so THAT is the ticket that the FP machines will recognize. Your AP is only requested when it's for use to actually verify that it's really you. FP machines don't need to verify that. Turnstiles and cash registers (if getting the AP discount) do.
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