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Seven Night FastPass+ Itinerary For Higher Crowd Periods at Walt Disney World

By Dave Shute

Below is a seven night variant of the updated eight night FastPass+ Higher Crowd Itinerary.

Disney World FastPass+ Higher Crowd Itinerary Seven Night Variant 3-16 vsn from yourfirstvisit.netLook–I’m not particularly keen on this itinerary.

The eight night itinerary is action-packed enough, and creating a seven night variant from it requires cutting out a sleep-in morning, and building a really long day at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. So a rough visit becomes even rougher.

But people keep asking for such, so here it is…

Park days, dining and FastPass+ targets are set, and all covered in the To-Do List for this itinerary.

Your steps for each day are in the following:

Sunday  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday Sunday
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