Last month, Disney announced that Disneyland Paris is doing away with its free FastPass system and, instead, is implementing a new paid system called Premier Access.
Today, that new system is having its soft opening and pricing has officially been revealed.
Premier Access at Disneyland Paris will officially debut to Guests on August 5, but today, the system can be seen on the Disneyland Paris mobile app as it is having a soft opening.
We already knew that the Premier Access system will charge Guests around €8, which is just over $9, per ride at the theme park; however, we also suspected that it may vary in pricing depending on popularity. For example, more popular and E-ticket attractions may cost more than those rides that do not typically have a long line or such high demand.
Well, now that we are able to see the new system on the Disneyland Paris app, we can verify that pricing will vary depending on popularity. At Disneyland Park, the pricing is as follows (which you can see in the screenshots below):
- Autopia: €8 per Guest (which equals just over $9)
- Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast: €15 per Guest (which equals nearly $18)
- Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain: €9 per Guest (which equals nearly $11)
- Star Tours: The Adventure Continues: €8 per Guest (which equals just over $9)
- Peter Pan’s Flight: €15 per Guest (which equals nearly $18)
- Big Thunder Mountain: €12 per Guest (which equals just over $14)
At Walt Disney Studios Park, the pricing is as follows (which you can see in the screenshot below):
- The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror: €15 per Guest (which equals nearly $18)
- Ratatouille: The Adventure: €12 per Guest (which equals just over $14)
Please keep in mind that the prices for each attraction may also change depending on what the time of year is. For example, if you visit Disneyland Paris during the peak seasons, Premier Access may cost more.
FastPass+ at Walt Disney World Resort and FASTPASS/MaxPass at Disneyland Resort remain suspended as a result of operational changes amid the ongoing pandemic.
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