Anyone that has been following the reopening changes that have been implemented at Walt Disney World will know that one of the changes Disney made was to introduce a new theme park reservation system.
©Disney Mickey and Friends Cavalcade (Kent Phillips, photographer)
Disney’s park reservation system requires guests to prebook the park they wish to visit on any given day. Annual Passholders are able to book 3 park days at a time and Disney hotel guests are guaranteed entry into one park per day of their stay. Continue reading
The new Disney Park Pass Reservation system has been opening in phases, starting with hotel guests on 22 June, then Passholders on 26 June and today 28 June it is open to those with a Walt Disney World ticket.
As from today the Disney Park Pass system will open to all existing Walt Disney World ticket holders.
To see available dates, check out the Disney Park Pass availability calendar HERE
The new Disney Park Pass system requires that guests make a reservation before visiting a Walt Disney World theme park. Guests choose a date and then can either pick Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Magic Kingdom or EPCOT.
Magic Kingdom park and Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park will begin a phased reopening on 11 July, with Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios reopening on 15 July.
The NEW Disney Parks Reservation system went live this morning with a queue system to let people in to the site. Once in guests could see an availability calendar and book one park per day.
The Disney Park Pass Availability calendar show those dates with all, some or no parks available for your dates. The calendar displays dates up to 26 September 2021.
You can find the Availability Calendar at this link HERE Continue reading