Select guests are able to make Disneyland Park Pass reservations today!
Disneyland reopens on April 30th, and those with existing tickets are currently able to make park reservations! Just keep in mind that these will be required in addition to a valid ticket. And if you don’t have a ticket yet, don’t worry — you’ll be able to buy new ones (and make those Park Pass reservations) on April 15th! But you may be wondering…HOW exactly does this Park Pass system work?
You may know that Disney World currently has a Park Pass reservation system in place, but the one of the west coast will is a little different. So here’s a step-by-step guide on how to reserve your Park Pass for Disneyland!
Once you’re through the queue, you’ll be prompted to create your party. Keep in mind that you can book for a maximum of 10 tickets at a time. All guests must be California residents, and you won’t be able to visit in groups larger than 3 families!
Then, you’ll select your date. You can only make reservations for one date at a time, so if you’re reserving a multi-day trip, you’ll have to go through this process for each day separately.
After that, pick what park you want to visit! You will be able to Park Hop after 1PM (with a valid Park Hopper ticket), as long as capacity permits, so you’re just selecting the park you want to start the day in.
From there, provide an email where Disney can send your reservation QR codes. You’ll also have to confirm that you’re a California resident!
Then, your reservation is confirmed. Hooray!
You’ll be able to view your confirmed reservations on the home page of the Disneyland app.
And that’s all there is to it! Overall, we found this process to be much easier than reserving spots for Disney California Adventure’s A Touch of Disney event. Remember, only those with existing Disneyland tickets can currently book Park Pass reservations. You’ll be able to purchase new tickets starting April 15th!
We’ll continue to keep you posted as we receive more details on Disneyland’s reopening. Stay tuned to DFB!
Are you planning on visiting Disneyland when it reopens? Let us know in the comments!