I am trying to figure out how many total fastpass slots are a available for each park. Which leads to an interesting question of how they will be doled out by Disney. Total FP+ needed per park per day based on the idea of 1 e-ticket FP+ and 2 other rides. Magic Kingdom = 46,500 e-ticket FP+ and 93,000 other FP+ Hollywood Studios = 27,000 e-ticket FP+ and 54,000 other FP+ Animal Kingdom = 27,000 e-ticket FP+ and 54,000 other FP+ Epcot + 27,000 e-ticket FP+ and 54,000 other FP+ Total FP+ available from each park based on 60% FP+ distribution: Magic Kingdom (14 hours) = 80,000 e-ticket and 128,000 other FP+ Hollywood Studios = (13 hours) = 42,500 e-ticket and 60,000 other FP+ Animal Kingdom (10 hours) = 37,800 e-ticket and 46,000 other FP+ Epcot (10 hours) = 40,800 e-ticket and 62,500 other FP+ Total Surplus e-ticket FP+ per day = 72,000 Total Surplus other FP+ per day = 41,000 Total surplus = 113,000 Fastpasses. If Disney overbooks 10% for no-shows that would add 11,000 more and every morning extra magic hour adds more capacity. 125,000 extra FP a day on average. How could those extra be "used"? 1. Surprise and Delight sent to people throughout the day. 2. Incentives for Deluxe guests. 3. They could be sold for $5.00 a pop (100,000 a day would equal $182,000,000 a year). 4. They could make them available for Free during the day first come first serve. What they can't do is... Add 1 more to everybody's pile. It really looks like 3 is the magic number. 4 would bust the system. UNLESS - they build more rides!