Earlier this year, Disney implemented its newest version of a paid FastPass program in Disneyland Paris.
So, while each attraction does still have a standby line, guests who are hoping to bypass the wait can opt to pay a set price for “Disney Premier Access” and receive a 1-hour return window for the attraction that day. The program initially launched in August, and now pricing for each attraction is already changing.
Since August, pricing for Disney Premier Access has ranged from €8 to €15 per ride, per day, depending on the attraction and the specific day. But, this has now decreased, with pricing starting as low as €5 per ride, per day.
So, now the lower-tiered attractions, such as Autopia and Star Tours: The Adventures Continue are €5 per person.
And, there has even been a drop in the maximum pricing for the more popular attractions on the dates that the lower pricing model is available, with rides like Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast and Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain costing €12 rather than €15.
Keep in mind that these lower prices are only available during weekdays of off-peak times, so the cost per attraction can be more based on when you’re visiting.
Disney will also be introducing a similar paid FastPass system in Disney World and Disneyland sometime this fall, so it will be interesting to see how pricing may compare to those we’ve seen in Disneyland Paris. Though, currently, no pay-per-ride details on pricing have been released for these new programs.
Of course, we’ll continue to keep an eye out for more updates, so be sure to stay tuned to AllEars for more of the latest Disney news!
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