Park Pass Reservations have become essential to a Disney World vacation, much like buying a ticket or making hotel reservations.
If you’re heading to any of the four Disney World parks, you’ll need to reserve a pass for the specific park you’re visiting along with a ticket. This new system came into being when Disney World reopened after the 2020 closure, and it looks like it’ll be here to stay for a while. The dates for reservations have been extended again! Check out how far in advance you can book your reservations for your upcoming trip.
Guests can currently book park pass reservations through January 18th, 2024. If you’re visiting on or before that date, you can reserve your passes now as soon as you buy your tickets. Annual Passholders can also reserve passes to that date.
Remember that you’ll need a park pass in order to get into the park, even if you already have tickets. We recommend reserving those passes as soon as possible so that you don’t forget or miss out on the park you want to visit most. During busy times, the passes tend to run out for some parks a couple of weeks in advance, so it’s best to be prepared with your passes early.
If you’re park hopping, you will only need a park pass for the first park you visit. Once you’ve scanned into that park, you can go into another one without a reservation (after 2PM).
Since the calendar goes until 2024 now, it seems like the Park Pass Reservation system is here to stay for at least a couple more years. But things are constantly changing at Disney World, so we’ll be sure to let you know if we hear about any updates.
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