Headed to Disney World soon?
If you are, you’ve probably had to deal with booking Disney Park Pass theme park reservations for your party. Well, if you’re traveling Thanksgiving week, we’ve got GREAT news about Disney Park Pass availability!
As Halloween season comes to a close, it’s time to welcome November to Disney World!
This month brings a lot of exciting changes to the parks and resorts for Christmas and the holidays, plus popular events and offerings are returning. There’s a lot you need to know if you’re coming to Disney World this month, so let’s break it down!
If you love Disney snacks, then you’ll be happy to know that we’re in the middle of the biggest food festival of the year — the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival!
The festival started in July and runs until November 20th, so there’s plenty of time to stop by! But with crowds for the holidays, a new ride opening, several more booths opening up on October 1st, oh…and that little 50th anniversary of Disney World thing happening soon 😂, when is the best time to visit? We’re answering that question today!
If you’re hoping to visit Disney World soon, then you’re going to need to plan ahead!
Disney Park Pass reservations are required for all visits right now, so you’ll need to decide which parks to visit on which days. And if you’re traveling this holiday season, then you’re going to want to book those park passes now!
It’s officially well into summer, and Disney World is hopping!
We’ve seen pretty steady crowds with hoards of vacationers visiting while school is out, and as capacity slowly increases, the parks get busier. That means that you need to book your Disney Park Passes NOW if you plan to visit soon. And now, they just got restocked for July!
There are oodles of things to remember when planning your Disney World vacation.
You’ll have to buy your tickets, reserve your hotel room, make dining reservations, and get acquainted with the My Disney Experience app. And on top of it all, Disney has recently introduced the Park Pass reservation system. This system is used to reserve your spot to get into a theme park each day and is required in addition to a valid theme park ticket. It was implemented to help accommodate Disney’s limited park capacity upon reopening…but it looks like it’ll stick around well into the future. So what happens if you FORGET to make your Park Pass reservation?!
Whether you’re booking your first Walt Disney World vacation or your fiftieth, it’s easy to make some mistakes!
Planning a trip to Disney World involves several (slightly complex) steps, and it’s easy to forget things along the way. Today, we’re sharing our list of common mistakes that people make when booking their trip so that you know what NOT to do…and you can set your trip up for success before it even begins!
The 4th of July is just around the corner, and LOTS of folks are planning to spend the holiday in Disney World it seems.
We’ve been keeping a close eye on the availability of Disney Park Passes for the coming months and we expected Magic Kingdom and EPCOT to book up FAST on the 4th of July. With fireworks returning and holidays being a draw on their own, Independence Day is in high demand. Now, it seems availability is GONE for two Disney World parks on the 4th.
Ah, Disney World Park Passes.
When the parks reopened last summer, Disney implemented the Park Pass reservation system, which controls capacity by requiring guests to make a reservation for the park they want to visit each day. Naturally, this took some getting used to! After all, it was an added step: guests had to go into the system to reserve their spot even after purchasing a valid ticket.
Planning to visit Disney World this year, particularly this summer? Well, you’ll want to book your Park Passes early!
While we saw more Park Passes become available a few weeks ago, dates have started to fill up again, particularly for the summer. If you’re hoping to go to Disney World in early June though, you might be in luck! It seems more Park Passes for early June have now become available.