On “Good-to-Go” days, Annual Passholders do NOT need a Park Pass Reservation to go into the Disney World theme parks. Now, a recent Disney World app update makes it easier for Passholders to remember when those days are scheduled! [Read more…]
The week of Thanksgiving typically marks an EXTRA busy season at Disney World.
It probably comes as a surprise to no one, though, as folks are headed to the theme parks to celebrate the holiday season and some much-needed time away from school and work. That being said, the parks get pretty crowded. It’s something we expect every single year, but that doesn’t make it any less of a punch in the gut when we’re greeted with those dense crowds and soaring wait times. If you’re hoping to head to the parks on the week of Thanksgiving, you’re going to want to keep reading so that you can ACT FAST.
Well, select guests have already had a chance to walk through the new attraction, which is an interactive journey into the cycle of water. Cast Members have had their shot, as have many Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club members. However, Annual Passholders who haven’t yet seen the attraction might have recently discovered that EPCOT park pass reservations were gone for upcoming preview days. Well, we’ve got some great news about that — new park pass reservations have been released for those days!
There’s a BIG holiday coming up in Disney World this week.
Yep, we’re talking about the Fourth of July, which will bring some new excitement to Disney World. There will be an addition to EPCOT Forever over in EPCOT to celebrate, and Magic Kingdom will have a SPECIAL patriotic fireworks display. There are also special snacks to check out that were made especially for the holiday. However, if you wanted to BE in Magic Kingdom for the fourth, we’ve got some bad news.
If you’ve ever taken a trip to one of the Disney parks, you know how quickly plans can change. No matter how carefully you strategize your day, you never know what could throw a wrench in your plans. From unexpected bad weather to sudden ride closures, we’ve seen it all!
Strap on your party hats, people. While April 18th isn’t a major holiday, we can think of a few people who will be celebrating the day in Disney World. Soon, our Annual Passholder friends will be livin’ it up in the parks thanks to a MAJOR change!
Ever wished you could stroll through the gates of the Magic Kingdom without a park pass reservation? Have you and your friends ever imagined an impromptu trip to EPCOT? Well, if you’re an Annual Passholder, you’re going to want to hear this news.
“I’M GOING TO DISNEY WORLD!” If that famous phrase applies to YOU, then you definitely want to be up to speed on all the latest tips and tricks to make sure your vacation is the best it can be.
You may already be familiar with the tried-and-true tips, or even with some of the more recent major additions to a Disney Parks vacation, like the necessary booking of Park Pass reservations and the Disney Genie service (though if you’re in need of a starting point, we have one for you here). We’ll chat about those today, but we’re going to take a bit of a deeper dive with our list of the Best Tips for Anyone Going to Disney World! [Read more…]
It’s no secret that Disney World changes a LOT. And it’s DEFINITELY not a secret that sometimes people are unhappy about it!
We’ve seen longtime Disney fans rant online about the loss of many things in the past — from rides to FastPasses to favorite snacks and more. But which changes are truly the worst? We reached out to our followers and asked “Which Disney World change do you think is unforgivable?” and WOW their responses were interesting.
Ahh the Disney Park Pass reservation system…many fans love to hate it!
The system was first introduced to help manage attendance in 2020 when Disney World reopened during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, guests are required to “reserve” the park that they want to visit in advance, and if that park is already filled up for the day? Well, you might be out of luck. But is there a chance that Disney World could nix the controversial system in 2023? We’re looking at the evidence.
Is there really such a thing as going to Disney World TOO much?
You may have guessed our answer based on what we do for a living, but we don’t think so! However, if you’re trying to hit up the parks frequently these days, one big obstacle may stand in your way- the Disney Park Pass reservation system. The system has its own set of rules and limitations, and it can be frustrating to use sometimes. However, if you’re hoping to visit this weekend, making park passes just got easier for one select group!