Latest Edit (4/11/19): There appears to be a resolution to this problem coming. Please reference post # 406: https://www.disboards.com/threads/w...s-read-post-406.3737301/page-21#post-60489726 --------------- New Edit (4/8/19): Even though I am not planning to post anymore in this thread, I wanted to summarize one more time since new information seems to have have come to light. We don't know that this is only affecting passholders, it might be affecting everybody. When Disney fixed the recently introduced split stay issue so that it would once again allow people to book up to 14 days at a time with a split stay they MIGHT HAVE introduced a new bug for all visitors. This bug is that if you have more than 2 stays in a 60 day period your early FP booking (60 day window) WILL NOT open for the second stay until you have checked out of your first stay. Example: If you have a stay from June 15-22 and then a stay from July 18-25, your June 15 FP window should open on time on April 16, 2019. However, your 60 day window for July 18 WILL NOT open on May 19 like it should. It will not open until you have checked out of the June 15-22 stay. I hope this provides some clarification so users don't have to read through several pages of posts that aren't necessarily related. --------------- Editing this first post for new visitors: The original thread was a question I had, but has morphed into something different. With the recent changes to the FP system it seems either Disney IT has instituted a bug or there are really new policies for AP holders in regards to FPs and resort stays. It used to be that AP holders with resort stays had the exact same benefits for FPs as regular ticket holders. However, something has changed in the FP system. It works properly for AP holders on their first stays -- 60 days out w/a 14 day limit. But, if you have another stay that is within 60 days of that first stay your window WILL NOT open until you check out of your first stay. So, let's say you have a 5 day stay in early May and another stay in June, you WILL NOT be able to make ANY FPs for June until your May stay ends. This is clearly a bug, but the entire misunderstanding of CMs in regards to AP FPs is beyond ridiculous. You will get different answers depending on who you talk to. Discussion begins around this location in the thread: https://www.disboards.com/threads/w...with-resort-stay.3737301/page-6#post-60430364 ------------------- Original first post: I am hoping somebody on here has recent experience with this because I am getting way conflicting answers from cast members vs internet searches vs other passholders. So, there is a rule that says passholders can only have 7 days worth of fastpasses at a time, which I totally get, however within the same FAQ on the Disney site it says that those with resort stays can book for the entire stay up to 14 days. So my question is, do any passholders have recent experience with booking more than 7 days of fastpasses at a time when you have an ON SITE reservation at a resort. We are potentially going for 3 days at Memorial Day Weekend, 2 weeks in June, and a week in July. What I don't want to happen is for a 3 day Memorial Day Weekend stay to only allow us to book 4 days of FPs in June until the May FPs are used. And I don't want our June trip to completely keep us from booking July FPs until we are in the second half of it. Seems to me that if I am giving Disney my money to stay on property I should get the same FP privileges as other guests.