One of the biggest changes has been the introduction of the Park Pass Reservation System, which requires guests to have both a valid ticket AND a reservation for access to one of Disney World’s theme parks. When the Park Pass system went live, a number of Annual Passholders were left in a confusing situation — if they held a hotel reservation, they were only able to book the length of their resort stay and NOT also their three days of passes at a time allotted to them as Passholders. It seems this has changed!
Even though Universal’s hotels are open, CityWalk locations are reopening, and the theme parks are resuming operations, it appears the company has taken steps to let go a number of employees even after operations have resumed.
We shared with you what attractions you can expect to be opening with Epcot, as well as the all-new Food and Wine experience that will start July 15thwhen the park reopens! Now we’re back to let you know what shops and entertainment you can expect when Epcot opens its doors!
Disney World just shared that their new Park Pass Reservation System will open to guests with existing reservations on June 22nd.
The Park Pass System will help manage park attendance for the foreseeable future as the Disney parks reopen with limited capacity caps in place (Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom will reopen on July 11th, and Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios will reopen on July 15th). All guests will need a Park Pass reservation on top of their valid park entry to enter any Disney World theme park.
Let’s take a look at how this new system will work. Check out ALL the details and a TUTORIAL below!
When Disney World announced their plan to begin reopening on July 11th, they also announced they were pausing all hotel and ticket sales for the time being.
We know many of you have been eager to find out when you’d be able to start booking trips again, and it appears we’re closer to a solid answer. [Read more…]
WOW! We’ve just shared a ton of info about all the updates form Disney World about their reopening procedures.
We told you about updates to dining, new procedures for hotels, how to even get IN a Disney hotel, transportation modifications, and more. Now, we’re sharing info about a new feature for resort guests that will be rolled out on June 22nd.
We’ve been awaiting updates from Disney World regarding their now confirmed reopening that will begin on July 11th.
Now, it appears Disney has shared a LOT more specifics concerning their reopening procedures. We shared the changes announced to transportation, but one of the BIGGEST updates seems to center on the requirements to even ENTER the resort hotels!
Today is the official public reopening of Universal Orlando’s theme parks and, of course, we’re there to check it out!
We attended one of the Annual Passholder early access days this week and getting into the park was relatively simple. But on this first day open to the general public, one particular aspect of getting into the parks has been a little bit crazy so far!
We’ve been actively following the developments with Disney World’s Reopening, which begins July 11th.
One major issue that guests ran into early on was the inability to book new Advance Dining Reservations through Disney. It seems that might have changed!