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Most amusement parks these days offer a fast pass option where you are able to jump the line on most rides throughout the park and it will save you a good amount of time so you don’t need to wait as long in lines. Pricing and stipulations of the Fast Passes vary so much between different types of parks. At a place like Disney Parks fast passes are free but they are first come first serve so if you don’t sign up in time, then you miss out and you have to wait in the longer lines. However at an amusement park like Cedar Fair parks, you can pay something like $30-$40 and you get a fast pass for all day long. However, at Universal Studios it is an additional fee starting at $85 for both sides of the park. Today I am going to be talking about a few reasons of why I think that you do not need to fork out the extra $85 for the Express Pass at Universal Studios.