Magicbands and Fastpass+ Available For Offsite Guests next week!

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As early as March 31, 2014 Disney World off site guests will be able to get your very own Magicband and access Disney’s Fastpass+. You will have to buy the Magicbands but you are not required to have them for the use of Fastpass+, the RFID enabled ticket that you get can also give you access to Fastpass+.

Offsite guests will be able to make Fastpass+ reservations 30 days out.

Offsite guests will also have access to the My Disney Experience app and the website. You can also use the kiosks in the park but at least now you will have more options since you are not required to use the just the kiosks anymore.

Remember before you can use Fastpass+ you need to link your ticket on the website. After you do that you can make your Fastpass+ reservations.

Disney World resort guests still have a slight advantage over non-resort guests because they get to make their Fastpass+ reservations 60 days out.

If you need help linking your tickets or making Fastpass+ reservation remember Disneyworld.com has a chat feature and they are usually pretty helpful.

Are you glad this will finally be available? Do you mind paying for your Magic Band? Let us know in the comment box below.

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5 thoughts on “Magicbands and Fastpass+ Available For Offsite Guests next week!

  1. Its the convenience of having everything tied to your wrist instead of having to pull it out of your pocket every time you use it… not saying that is necessarily enough to justify buying it, since unless you also link a credit card to it for purchases, you’ll only need it four times during the day (once to get in, plus your three FP+)

    Mainly its a souvenir.

  2. How will this work for those who have already received their tickets? Will it be required to switch to magic bands when we get there? We’re going in August, just received out tickets for the trip. We’re staying at the Dolphin.

  3. I don’t see the benefit of buying a Magic Band other than for a souvenir. You can use it to get into the park and FP+, but what other purpose would it serve? I wouldn’t pay for it.

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