As per Spectrum News 13 (this is a Central Florida Cable News Channel) Guests staying at some Walt Disney World resorts will soon have the option of buying additional FastPass+ reservations. Guests will be able to buy additional Fastpasses Available to guests staying in select resorts, in club-level rooms Option will costs $50 per person, per day A Disney spokesperson confirmed the information with Spectrum News 13 on Tuesday. The FastPass+ deal will be offered separately to guests who book a stay in a club-level room at select resorts. The additional Fastpasses will cost $50 per person, per day, according to Disney. So for one guest who wants to add the option for three days, the additional FastPass+ reservations would cost $150. In order to add the extra option, guests must get it for a minimum of three days, according to Disney. Guests will have the chance to add the option after making their reservation. The Fastpasses can be used at any park; however, guests will make selections at the time of booking. Disney says it plans to roll out the program Friday, but stresses the option is just a pilot program. The FastPass+ service, which enables guests to make advance reservations for select rides and shows, is free with theme park admission.