Disney World 101 Quiz - Part 2: What to Know Before You Go
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The answer key for #1 is wrong. Both the first and second statements are incorrect, since you can get your next set of Fastpasses before you use your first set of Fastpasses. The window opens to enable you to get your next FP at the beginning of or sometimes before your FP window opens for your first set of Fastpasses, so the best practice is to grab your next set as soon as your window opens before you use your first set of FPs. This way your next window is ticking while you ride your first FP ride. Therefore, it's very possible to hold 2 sets of FPs per person at a time.
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Updated 08-30-2012 - Article #838
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