Disney World has released more information for Annual Passholders about the reopening of the theme parks.
With the announcement of the new Disney Park Pass theme park reservation system today, Disney has elaborated on how it will work for Annual Passholders. We knew that Passholders would be limited in the new system, but now we know more about the protocols. Disney World Passholders will be limited to 3 days of theme park reservations at one time.
Disney added a new section to the Annual Passholder information page today. The new information includes that it may be difficult for Annual Passholders to get park reservations based on availability, some pass benefits and features will not be available, and Passholders will be eligible to make theme park reservations for up to 3 days at a time.
Keep in mind that Passholders staying at select Disney World Resorts or other select hotels with valid admission will be able to make reservations for their entire length of stay. Blockout dates do apply, so you will not have park admission or be able to make reservations for those days.
We will be keeping a close eye out for any more information that we can share about Annual Passholder protocols. Check back in with DFB for all the latest updates.
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