To limit capacity, all guests are required to make a reservation prior to entering the parks. The Annual Passholder reservation category tends to fill up the fastest, especially on holidays and weekends. Weekend reservations for September and October have been filling up quickly. Now, bookings have started to fill up in November.
If you were hoping to visit Disney’s Hollywood Studios over Labor Day weekend and haven’t reserved you Disney Park Passes yet, you might’ve missed your chance!
Reservations for Disney’s Hollywood Studios have become notoriously more challenging to snag since the new Disney Park Pass system when live, often booking up weeks in advance. And since you need a Disney Park Pass reservation AND valid admission to visit Disney’s Hollywood Studios during Disney World’s initial reopening phase, you may not be able to get in at all unless you’re on your A-game! Since this is such a major adjustment, we want to make sure you know what is available and what your park options are.
Two of Disney World’s theme parks have already reopened to the general public while the remaining two are set to open tomorrow.
All guests who visit must have valid theme park admission and a reservation to visit Disney World during its reopening phase. And availability for Annual Passholders has been pretty slim. Now, Disney has shared that they will be increasing availability for Annual Passholders.
That’s because, in order to visit any of Disney World’s reopened theme parks, guests are required to obtain a theme park reservation for each day of their visit. Previously, some days were showing no availability for guests to book new Park Pass reservations, but we’ve been noticing Park Pass availability return for some days and levels of eligibility.
Update: Disney has recently stated earlier reopening dates for transportation services than were previously given. Guests attending Annual Passholder previews will be able to ride the Monorail and Ferry Boats to and from the Ticket and Transportation Center and Magic Kingdom starting July 7th. Tram Service will not be available from the guest parking lots.
And if you were lucky enough to snag a spot, we want to share with you all of the important details you’ll need to know if you’re going!
Now that select Disney World resorts have reopened and the Disney Park Pass reservation system is live for guests who have valid theme park admission and a hotel reservation, we know many of you are trying to navigate making plans to visit the parks this summer.
And while we know there were a lot of technical difficulties with the Disney Park Pass reservation system yesterday, it seems like many folks have been successful in getting their needed reservations. So much so, we noticed that Disney’s Animal Kingdom has already filled up on July 14th!