Shanghai Disneyland Removes FastPass Service, Now Only Offers Paid Line-Jumping
When Shanghai Disneyland reopened, the theme park was utilizing the Standby Pass system, the FastPass system, and Disney Premier Access. Disney Premier Access is a paid FastPass type reservation system (similar to the MaxPass system found at Disneyland.)
However, it seems Shanghai Disneyland has quietly removed the FastPass option from the park. Friend of the site @angeliquemagique on Instagram has given us permission to share her story and the screenshots below of her recent visit to the park where she documented the updated queue system in her stories.
Walking up the queue of Tron Lightcycle Power Run was when @angeliquemagique noticed that the FastPass option was gone, with just the Standby queue and Disney Premier Access options available.
@angeliquemagique was nice enough to go through the Shanghai Disneyland app, showing us the different prices and sets for the Disney Premier Access pass.
The My Plans section of the app is where you’re able to buy your Disney Premier Access passes.
There are several different options and sets with different combinations of rides available in each set.
The three set of attractions are ¥180 per person, or roughly $25.47 per person in USD. Six attractions is ¥330 ($46.70) and eight is ¥440 ($62.27.)
There are different categories such as a family set and an adventure set, so there should be plenty of options to fit your family’s needs.
Early June it was announced that the reopening of the Walt Disney World Resort theme parks would not be offering FastPass+, virtual queues, or single rider queue options for attractions. With these changes, do you think this system could be coming to Walt Disney World Resort? Leave us a comment below with your thoughts on the changes!