I’m considering buying Platinum AP’s.
Disney’s policy states: Annual Passholders may secure up to 3 experiences per day up to 30 days in advance. Your pass allows you to plan 7 days of FastPass+ selections within any 30-day period for one park per day.
I saw that if I’m staying onsite, then the 60 day advance reservation applies.
However, if I’m staying offsite, and plan on going to the parks for 9 days, I can only book 7 of those days in advance.
What about the other 2 days; can I still get SDFP’s once I scan into the park?
If I get SDFP’s, say on the 4th & 6th days of my trip, does making those SDFP’s put my last 2 days of advance FP’s at risk?
I’d love to hear from AP holders who have experience with this, and any advice they can offer.
It is true that if you are staying off site then you can only book 7 days of FPPs in advance. Once you use all your FPPs on your first park day, you can book FPPs for another day. And no getting additional FPPs on day 4 or 6 of your trip won’t put days 8 and 9 at jeopardy (because the total number of days at a given time won’t be greater than 7–does that make sense?).
Thanks for the reply!
So if I follow you, I could actually book advanced FP’s for days 1 thru 7, then once I use up day 1 FP’s, I could book advanced FP’s for day 8, and then after day 2, I could book advanced FP’s for day 9. Correct?