Disney has just released a BUNCH of details regarding the new required theme park reservation system for guests visiting Walt Disney World when the Resort reopens, including its official NAME!
We now know it’s officially called the Disney Park Pass System — and it will be going live in just a few days! But while we’re relieved to finally know WHEN and HOW we’ll be able to book our Disney World theme park visits again (with more information coming soon!), we were bummed to learn that guests will only be allowed to visit one park per day upon the reopening of the theme parks, according to information which Disney has just released.
Per Disney, “At this time, Guests will be able to select one park per day; visiting more than one park per day will be temporarily unavailable upon the reopening of the theme parks due to attendance limitations.”
That means no Park Hopper or Park Hopper Plus (the add-on ticket options that allow guests to visit multiple parks each day) until further notice.
Disney also notifies that guests who currently have tickets that include Park Hopper or Park Hopper Plus have ticket modification options available, and the information shared on these three options below comes from the Walt Disney World website.
Options For Guests Who Currently Have Tickets That Include Park Hopper
Guests with Park Hopper or Park Hopper Plus may opt for a Ticket Extension, and may use their current date-based ticket by September 26, 2021 with the existing add-on options (if the options return by that date).
Under Ticket Modification, “Resort Packages with tickets may be modified or cancelled.” Disney advises that guests contact the Disney Reservation Center at (407) W-DISNEY or (407) 934-7639 starting June 22nd (or contact your travel professional).
If you do not wish to use your ticket, you may opt to cancel your ticket or package. Disney advises that guests contact the Disney Reservation Center at (407) 566-4985 starting June 22nd (or contact your travel professional).
Disney also states that “We hope to bring back the ability to visit more than one park per day soon and will continue to offer these add-ons for 2021 ticket purchases.”
We will continue to keep you posted on the developments surrounding Walt Disney World theme park tickets and the new Disney Park Pass System as they are revealed! To find out more information about the reopening of Walt Disney World Resort, you may visit any of the links below.
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