Disney Premier Access Paid FastPass Service Soft Launches at Disneyland Paris, Pricing Revealed

Disneyland Paris has soft launched Disney Premier Access, a paid service to replace FastPass, ahead of its official launch on August 5. This gives guests the ability to skip an attraction’s standby queue for a rate of 8€-15€ per person per ride. Guests can use the Disneyland Paris app to book an assigned time slot for select attractions or purchase Disney Premier Access at select locations around the parks.


Guests using the Disneyland Paris app will see a menu option for Disney Premier Access.


As the app implies, only the following most popular attractions and Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park offer Disney Premier Access:

  • Big Thunder Mountain
  • Hyperspace Mountain
  • Peter Pan’s Flight
  • Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast
  • Star Tours
  • Autopia
  • Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
  • Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy

The price of each attraction changes depending on the time of day and demand for that ride.


Guests can select the next available time slot for a ride and then purchase Premier Access.


Though it is not confirmed, it seems possible that a similar service will replace FastPass at Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World.

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  1. Such ludicrously high prices. €15 PER PERSON for Peter Pan, which probably only lasts a couple of minutes or so. This really puts me off visiting Disneyland Paris.

  2. Wow. That’s the equivalent of about $11 to $20 per person per ride. I thought Disney might do a flat rate of $100 or even $200 for “all you can ride”. But a family of four spending $45 to $80 per ride? That’s pretty darn brutal, Disney.

  3. At those prices I will be skipping the premier access. 8 Euros for example currently equals 9.50 USD. Too rich for me, I’d rather use that money on food.

  4. Wow, the Paris people are rich! Imagine my family of 4 paying $72 or so for fastpass for Tower of Terror! At that rate, if we get 4 fastpasses a day, that’s $300, the same cost as park admission!

  5. This is absolutely horrible. I cannot believe Disney would do this. The original fast pass system worked great, and was a big advantage over other amusement parks. If they do this at Walt Disney World in Florida, will be extremely disappointed.

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