But as we head into the holiday season, planning in advance is about to become much more important! Disney World typically gets rather busy during the Thanksgiving and Christmas season, and we’re already starting to see Park Passes sell out for key dates. Let’s check the availability!
In the last few months of 2023, EPCOT is BUSY.
With new character meet and greets, Disney100 celebrations, the Food & Wine Festival, and a brand-new attraction opening, there are plenty of reasons to visit the parks. Right now, Journey of Water — Inspired by Moana is drawing in quite a few guests because Annual Passholder and Disney Vacation Club previews are in progress. And if you were hoping to stop by the park this upcoming weekend, we have a warning for you!
A brand-new attraction is coming to EPCOT, and it’s drawing in the masses!
Journey of Water — Inspired by Moana is set to open in World Nature on October 16th, 2023, but before that, select guests can check it out thanks to some Annual Passholder previews. The previews are already underway, but we’ve noticed one big problem with them…a problem that we think may repeat itself.
So you need to CHANGE your Disney World plans…what do you do?
Unexpected things happen all the time when you’re planning a vacation, and sometimes you have to abandon even the best-laid plans and shake things up. Sometimes, your plans can be modified — picking a different time for a dining reservation, choosing a different Lightning Lane, or moving the dates on your hotel stay. But what about the times when you need to CANCEL your Disney reservations? Today, we’re walking you through different cancelation policies and processes for Disney World.
Listen, we’ll all admit — the Disney World app has a few flaws.
We’ve seen the My Disney Experience app crash and cause issues multiple times in the past, whether that meant Mobile Order wasn’t working or that people ran into issues with pulling up their tickets and passes. But recently, Disney World had some pretty massive app problems that got in the way if you were doing…well, pretty much anything!
If you want to have the best Disney World vacation possible, the trick is to be prepared! And that process starts months before your trip.
You’ll need to think in advance about where you want to stay and book your hotel quickly before the rooms fill up. You’ll want to make your dining reservations as soon as you hit that 60-day mark so you get the best options. But perhaps most importantly of all — you need to make your Disney Park Passes in advance so you can actually get into the theme parks!
There are very few places that do holidays bigger and better than Disney World!
The parks go all-out for major festivities like Christmas, Halloween, and New Year’s Eve, and people flock from all over the world to check out the celebration. But they also celebrate smaller holidays in Disney World as well! And one BIG occasion is coming up soon for Star Wars fans.
Park Passes — love them or hate them, they’re in use right now in Disney World and you can’t avoid them, except in very specific cases!
While a Park Pass is generally required (in addition to a valid ticket) for all Disney World theme parks, there are some situations where you can visit a Disney theme park without a Park Pass at all. But you’ll need to know ALL the rules to make sure you get it right. That’s where we come in.
Imagine: You’ve planned the perfect Disney World trip and secured tickets for each day of your visit.
You think to yourself, “I’ve got plenty of time — I can worry about Park Pass Reservations later.” Then, “later” rolls around and you realize it’s too late! There are NO MORE park passes left for the park you want on a certain date during your trip. Don’t panic — we know it might seem like the end of the world, but all is not lost. Here are our secrets to getting Disney World park passes when they’re sold out!
We’re just a few months away from the grand opening of TRON Lightcycle / Run!
The highly-anticipated coaster is coming soon to Magic Kingdom, and the opening date was announced just yesterday. But within 24 hours, people are already setting their plans to check out the new ride — Disney Park Passes are filling up!