Anna and Elsa Queue Change – CONFIRMED

The rumor that I reported on earlier is now confirmed.  There is a queue change for the Anna and Elsa meet and greet.  Here’s what we know.

  • Once the queue has a 30 minute wait, the line will be closed to new guests
  • At that point, guests will be directed to other side of the Carousel to obtain what best can be described as a legacy fastpass (see below)
photo courtesy @wdwpres
photo courtesy @wdwpres
  • Only a limited number (reports are 80 individual passes) are being handed out for each hour
  • A pass will be needed for each member of your group (four people = four passes)
  • Guests who have made Fastpass+ reservations will still have their reservations honored
  • Testing is taking place today, tomorrow, and Friday

This is a good change in my opinion.  It takes away the long waits for guests and allows them to experience other attractions in the park then return to Princess Fairytale Hall for their “fastpass” window.

It is also rumored that this system, if it works here, will be expanded to other attractions throughout Disney World.

Thanks to Temporary Tourist for first reporting this last night and Inside the Magic for being a second source.  Thanks also to @wdwpres for taking the picture of the passes and Chantal Bitter at Disney Vacation Club Members Facebook Group for forwarding the picture of the passes to the group.

Thanks for reading!

5 thoughts on “Anna and Elsa Queue Change – CONFIRMED”

  1. Good change? Horrible. The beginning of the end for stand by at WDW. I’ll take my money elsewhere if it goes in this direction

  2. It already sucks that you have to decide what you are going to do 30 or 60 days in advance if you want to do any of the decent attractions. Plus I am over a month away from our trip and I can’t even get a FP for the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. Ridiculous! I can’t get a FP for a ride a month in advance for the seven days we are going to be there.

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