How Does the Cedar Point Fast Lane Work? | Simply Explained
In this guide we'll go over what a Fast Lane pass in Cedar Point is, what it allows you to do, what rides it includes, and where to buy them.
Table of Contents
- What is a Fast Lane Pass
- Fast Lane vs Fast Lane Plus
- Rides Included With a Fast Lane Pass
- When Should I Get a Fast Lane Pass
- When Should I Not Get a Fast Lane Pass
- Season Pass Fast Lane
- Limited Availability
- Where to Buy a Fast Lane Pass
What is a Fast Lane Pass
A Fast Lane pass gives riders access to a separate line, where riders can get to the front of the line much quicker than regular lines (for select rides).
Once a Fast Lane pass has been purchased, riders will be given a wristband that will signify to park staff, that you have access to the Fast Lane line.
Throughout the line, there will be various checkpoints where you will need to show your wristband to park staff, and ride operators. These checkpoints are normally in the beginning of the line, and ride before boarding the ride.
Daily Price Changes
Prices aren't the same for each day, and are typically more expensive on the weekends.
You'll want to click through the Fast Lane Calendar to see the different pricing options available.
Is It Included With Admission?
No. A Fast Lane pass is an additional cost and visitors will still need a Cedar Point ticket in order to access the park.
In short, you are not able to use a Fast Lane pass without an admission ticket.
Fast Lane vs Fast Lane Plus
While Fast Lane allows you to skip the line of most rides that Cedar Point offers, Fast Lane Plus allows you to skip the line for all of the rides in the park.
This includes the ultra popular rides Maverick, Millennium Force, Steel Vengeance & Valravn.
Rides Included With a Fast Lane Pass
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When Should I Get a Fast Lane Pass
Skip Waiting In Lines
If you're not a fan of waiting in lines, and are looking to ride the most rides possible in the shortest span of time, a Fast Lane pass will be a great fit for you.
The nice thing about this pass, is that you're able to get back in line immediately after riding as well.
If you've ever waited in a regular line, there's a good chance that you have seen Fast Lane riders ride the ride multiple times, before you've been able to ride it once.
Traveling With Kids
One of the most difficult parts of being at a theme park with kids is having to stand in lines.
Most kids don't have the patience to stand in lines, and honestly it just isn't very fun to stand around in general.
When Should I Not Get a Fast Lane Pass
If you don't mind waiting in lines, or you are visiting during the less busier times such as a weekday, it may not make the most sense as the ride wait times will more than likely be minimal.
Season Pass Fast Lane
For Season Passholders, there's a Season Pass Fast Lane Plus available. This allows you access to the Fast Lane line for the entire season.
Throughout an entire season, that equals out to countless of hours saved.
These passes are available on a first come, first serve basis. During the busier season, Fast Passes can often run out as they are extremely popular.
Where to Buy a Fast Lane Pass
You can purchase a Fast Lane pass directly from the Cedar Point site.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Fast Lane Worth it at Cedar Point?
Fast Lane is absolutely worth it at Cedar Point if you're tired of waiting in lines, and would like to get the most out of your day. You'll have access to the faster line, and at times you can even ride the ride multiple times, before the regular line is able to ride it once.
How Much Time Does Fast Pass Save at Cedar Point?
On busier days, ride wait times can be over an hour for just one ride. Even if you just use a fast lane pass for one ride for the entire day, you'd have saved yourself an hour. To put this into perspective, there are currently 22 rides that you can use this pass on.