Guide to Experiencing Fantasy Springs With Standby Pass or Disney Premier Access

Shannen Ace

Updated on:

Guests in gondola-like boat on a river passing Rapunzel's tower scene of Rapunzel's Lantern Festival at Fantasy Springs

Guide to Experiencing Fantasy Springs With Standby Pass or Disney Premier Access

The Tokyo Disney Resort app now includes a guide for how guests will be able to enter and enjoy Fantasy Springs when it opens on June 6. Tokyo DisneySea is currently hosting open-access previews of the land but things will change when it officially opens next month.

How To Enter Fantasy Springs & Ride Attractions

A notification screen with "Fantasy Springs" in decorative text and instructions on obtaining a Standby Pass or Disney Premier Access to enter the park. A blue "Read More" button is at the bottom.

Guests using the Tokyo Disney Resort app will see this pop-up prompting them to “Read More” about how to enter Fantasy Springs.

Infographic explaining entry to Fantasy Springs: obtain Standby Pass (free) or Disney Premier Access (for a fee); present pass at entrance; enjoy attractions and restaurants, optionally using Disney Mobile Order.

When the new port officially opens, guests will need to either obtain a free Standby Pass or purchase Disney Premier Access for a Fantasy Springs attraction to enter the area. These can be acquired through the Tokyo Disney Resort app after entering Tokyo DisneySea.

After obtaining either a Standby Pass or purchasing Disney Premier Access for an attraction, guests must present their park ticket at the entrance to Fantasy Springs.

A list of eligible attractions and two options for accessing them: a free Standby Pass and a paid Disney Premier Access. The list includes Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey, Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival, and more.

Guests can then use the Standby Pass or Premier Access to ride an attraction. The Fantasy Springs attractions are Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Journey, Rapunzel’s Lantern Festival, Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure, and Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies. The first three will use Disney Premier Access and Standby Pass. Fairy Tinker Bell’s Busy Buggies will only use Standby Pass. According to the Tokyo Disney Resort website, Disney Premier Access will be 2,000 yen per attraction.

The guide in the Tokyo Disney Resort app has buttons leading guests to Standby Pass or Disney Premier Access. Standby Pass allows guests to line up at an eligible attraction at a specified time. Disney Premier Access allows guests to select a designated time to experience eligible attractions with a reduced time. They’re similar to a virtual queue and Lightning Lane access at the U.S. parks.

Instructions on using a Standby Pass or Disney Premier Access for entry and attraction experiences at Tokyo Disney Resort, with example images of a park ticket and an attraction screen code.

After obtaining a Standby Pass or Disney Premier Access for a Fantasy Springs attraction, the entry time for the land will be displayed on the park ticket screen of the Tokyo Disney Resort app. A page with a QR code shows the entry time for the specific attraction, which guests can present at that attraction to enter.

FAQ

Text document with a Q&A format regarding the "Valid time of entry to Fantasy Springs" and its distinction from the "eligible time to experience the attraction.

FAQ explains that the valid time of entry to Fantasy Springs and the eligible time to experience the attraction are different.

A sign detailing entry procedures for Fantasy Springs, including timing and re-entry rules, part of the Tokyo Disney Resort App guidelines.

For example, a valid time of entry to the land may be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The guests then cannot enter Fantasy Springs after 2 p.m. However, if they enter Fantasy Springs during the provided window, they can stay in the land for as long as they want. Re-entry is not permitted for most guests, even during their valid time of entry. Refunds will not be provided for Disney Premier Access.

Guests with a 1-Day Fantasy Springs Magic Passport or guests staying at Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel may re-enter the land.

Text explanation about entry to the Fantasy Springs attraction at Tokyo Disney Resort, stating that guests can still enter when the attraction is suspended, as long as they have a valid ticket.

If the attraction a guest has Standby Pass or Premier Access for suspends operations, they can still enter Fantasy Springs during their entry window.

How to Dine at Restaurants

Screenshot of a Disney Mobile Order webpage showing instructions and information about park tickets and ordering food online. Includes details on eligible restaurants, order pickup, and time slots.

Guests should use Disney Mobile Order in the Tokyo Disney Resort app to dine at eligible quick-service restaurants in Fantasy Springs: Royal Banquet of Arendelle, Lookout Cookout, and The Snuggly Duckling. Oaken’s OK Foods and the popcorn wagon will not use Mobile Order.

When Mobile Order, guests can select different time slots to pick up their food. Available time slots are shown according to the guests’ valid entry window to Fantasy Springs. After creating a Mobile Order, guests go to the restaurant during their time slot and click “I’m Here.” They must present the screen that shows their order to a Cast Member in the restaurant to pick up their food.

A screenshot of a Q&A about Disney Mobile Order: If a guest misses the arrival time, the order is canceled automatically. Payments won't be processed. Reorder for designated time slots within valid entry time.

If a guest can’t pick up their Mobile Order because they have exited Fantasy Springs or are experiencing an attraction, they should not hit “I’m Here.” The order will be canceled automatically. If they hit “I’m Here” and then do not pick up their order, payment will be processed and a refund will not be provided.

Read our full guide to Fantasy Springs.

For the latest Disney Parks news and info, follow WDW News Today on TwitterFacebook, and Instagram.

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.