FastPass+ Booking Window Moving to 7am from 12am

As WDWNT first reported and the website can confirm, Disney is moving the start of the FastPass+ booking window to 7am eastern time from 12am/midnight eastern time. That’s going to be very early or very late on the west coast depending on how you want to look at it. The reason for the change is likely due to cast members being available to answer questions in the morning. At midnight you are on your own.

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  1. Paul Jones says

    So, if I’ve worked this out right, that means 5am in the UK.

    Booking FP+ while half asleep – what could go wrong?

  2. Steve B says

    It’s 12pm (noon) when you can *start* booking fastpasses in the UK.

    Of course, you don’t have to book fastpasses at this time – that’s just the earliest time you can. It’s not like all the fastpasses will be gone by 1pm or anything.

  3. Liz says

    crud. I’ll be on a plane at 7am at the time my booking window opens. SOB…
    But thanks for the info.

  4. Joy says

    Ugh! I didn’t mind being on my own to book fast-passes at midnight. 7am EST is going to be harder because I often have to leave for work at that time in the morning. Will have to figure something out . . .

  5. Jenna says

    I love it! I’d much rather be up making the reservations at 6:00 instead of 11:00. I’m not a night owl. Plus, last time I tried making the reservations, we had an issue which made it so I couldn’t book until the next morning when I could get someone on the phone which, of course, meant no 7DMT for some of our trip. Love the change.

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