We’ve been keeping you posted on all the latest Park Pass updates since Disney World’s reopening last year.
In order to limit capacity after reopening, Disney implemented the Park Pass reservation system, which allows guests to book a spot in the parks for a particular day. To make one of these reservations, guests must have a valid theme park ticket for the same day as their Park Pass. And to reflect this policy, Disney has announced a change to the system.
As we mentioned, guests need a valid theme park ticket in order to book a Park Pass. However, sometimes guests will make changes to their tickets (for example, modifying the dates), leaving a Park Pass reservation without a ticket linked.
Disney has announced that in these cases, guests’ Park Pass reservations will be canceled. If you have a Park Pass reservation with no valid theme park admission for the same day, you’ll receive an email from Disney warning you about this impending cancellation. You’ll have a 48 hours to link valid park admission to your My Disney Experience account for that day before your Park Pass is canceled.
Park Passes have been booking up quickly lately, so you’ll want to make sure you don’t lose any reservations for your trip. Double-check to make sure your tickets are all linked to your My Disney Experience account! And if you do receive that warning email, be sure to take action as soon as possible.
By canceling these reservations, Disney may free up availability for people with valid tickets who are hoping to score a spot in the parks. If you’re trying to grab a Park Pass reservation — especially for Disney’s Hollywood Studios, which is the trickiest to snag — be sure to keep an eye out for spaces opening up. Disney also tends to add more availability as the date in question gets closer, so watch that availability calendar closely! We’ll keep you posted on any openings, too.
If you’re looking to make Park Pass reservations, we’ve got all the info you need right here. We’ll keep an eye out for any updates on this situation — and we’ll keep bringing ya all the latest Disney news. Stay tuned to DFB!
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