LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) - Disney has announced that limits on the new FastPass+ program are going away and the theme park giant is also adding a park hopper feature to the system.
The Tampa Bay Times reports (http://bit.ly/1nu2q7g) FastPass+ lets visitors make advance reservations for select rides, shows and parades. The free service is part of Disney's billion-dollar project to enhance vacation planning.
Since it began, visitors have been restricted to three FastPass+ uses a day, all within just one park, but starting Monday uses will be unlimited.
Users will still be able to sign up in advance for three passes. They can then get another one at any FastPass+ kiosk in the parks. After using the fourth FastPass+, the process can be repeated.
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