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Many people arrive at Disney World, pick up a map and venture off into the parks not knowing exactly what they're going to do that day. While that is an excellent way to see Disney World, don't be surprised if you end up not seeing everything you'd like. Countless books have been written on how to manage your time at Disney World to see the most while you're there. These books can be handy if it's your first time visiting and don't know what to expect.
If you've already visited the parks before you know that the lines tend to get backed up by late morning. Beyond the lines, if you want to see any of the excellent live shows that are offered at Disney World, chances are the show times pop up right when you're in the middle of a line for a popular attraction. Well, it is possible to see everything you want to see in a specific theme park in one day. Disney World has implemented this wonderful system they call the "FastPass". To get a "FastPass" simply insert your ticket into a FastPass machine, which is located near the stand-by line for a popular attraction. You'll get your ticket back and a printed FastPass which has a block of time printed on it. This block of time is the window where you can come back and get in the FastPass line, which has priority over the stand-by line. Basically, with a FastPass you can bypass the line. While you're waiting for your FastPass time, go ahead and go on an attraction that has a shorter wait time. The trick to FastPasses is that you can only get one at a time so if it's nine in the morning but your FastPass time isn't until three in the afternoon, you can't get another FastPass until three. It might sound a bit complicated at first, but once you try out the FastPass system for the first time, you'll quickly get the hang of it. What's the best part about the FastPass system? Disney World has made it absolutely free!
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