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By Dave Shute

WDW Magazine--the MyMagic+ Issue from yourfirstvisit.netThe May issue of WDW Magazine came out a couple of days ago, and it’s devoted to all the facts and issues around MyMagic+.

You’ll find everything from MagciBands to MemoryMaker to FastPass+ in it.

I have the usual column for first-timers in it, not surprisingly on how to use FastPass+. I’ve  also published in it some speculation about the future of FastPass+.

As of last week, you can now get more FastPass+ in the park after you’ve used up your first three pre-scheduled ones.

I’d questioned here how valuable this would be, as I expected most days that there’s wouldn’t be much headliner availability if you scheduled (as you should) your first three FastPass+ for late morning/early afternoon.

I had a chance to test it yesterday.  It was a beautiful Sunday after multiple rainy days, so while the resort overall had typically low early May crowds, Epcot and the Magic Kingdom were reasonably busy.

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Well, the above is what happened.  I’ll post more about this later…but in the meantime, grab a subscription to WDW Magazine!

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