In case you missed it, this week Disneyland began selling tickets and releasing park passes once again!
We’ve been keeping a close eye on the availability of Disney Park Pass reservations!
Since the parks have reopened, we’ve seen Disney Park Pass reservations for holidays fill up pretty quickly — sometimes even a few months in advance! For example, reservations for Labor Day weekend were full (before some availability was replenished), and we’ve already seen reservations for several of the parks fill up for Halloween.
If you’re planning a trip to Walt Disney World, there is a LOT to think about right now. As a result of the global health crisis, we’re seeing some big changes to the way we do Disney World. We’re talking updates to the dining reservation system, an all-new Disney Park Pass theme park reservation system, and no more Park Hopping, to name a few.
If you’ve been hard at work planning or rescheduling an upcoming Disney vacation, you may have wrapped your mind around some of the big changes. But, there are still quite a few things that most people booking a Disney trip right now DON’T know.
When the Disney World parks reopen later this month, guests will need to make a reservation in order to enter.
This will be managed using the new Disney Park Pass reservation system, which allows guests to select a reservation for one theme park per day. There is a set amount of availability each day for Disney Resort guests, guests with regular theme park tickets, and Annual Passholders.