Disney World has just opened up 2022 Walt Disney World hotel and ticket packages.
On top of this, they have also released more Park Passes, which are a newer Disney World necessity. And they are bookable all the way into early 2023.
Welcome back to another weekly roundup of Disney World’s park hours and Park Pass Reservation availability!
With Valentine’s Day on Sunday, February 14th immediately followed by President’s Day on Monday, February 15th, it’s looking to be a little busier next week than what we’ve seen recently! As you’ll see in both park hours and Park Pass Reservation availability, traveling to Disney World next week may require more thoughtful planning — that’s why we’re here to help!
Thinking of going to Walt Disney World to celebrate Valentine’s Day weekend?
Well, you might have your Valentine’s Day ears ready, and your Valentine’s Day Disney MagicBand prepared, but the one thing you really need to get is your Disney World Park Pass reservation! It’s still a few weeks away, but Park Pass reservations for some guests are already filling up for Valentine’s Day weekend.
It may be hard to believe, but December 25th is next week! If you’re planning on heading to Disney World next week, you’ll definitely want to be prepared with all the latest essential park information.
With that in mind, we’ve rounded up next week’s park hours as well as the latest Park Pass Reservation availability!
This has been QUITE the week for Disney news!
Just a few days ago, Disney held its Investor Day conference and shared TONS of movie and tv show news for things coming in 2021 and beyond. But, that’s not all. There have also been some major announcements that could impact your Disney Cruise Line and Disney World vacations next year, and today, we’re breaking it all down for you.
Disney has made some changes recently that may make things a bit easier for some — like installing plexiglass barriers in the ride vehicles to accommodate more guests, and allowing guests to sign up for morning boarding groups at 7AM from outside the park. But, what if you try to sign up for a 7AM boarding group (and the Force just isn’t with you that day) and you aren’t able to snag a group? Here’s what you can do.
SPRING BREAK, WHOOO!!! OK, Spring break is a popular time of year not just for college kids on break but for families too. And for many families that find themselves with a week off and are looking for a vacation, Disney World fits that bill nicely. Not only are kiddos are usually off from school, but the weather is more comfortable than in the sweltering summer months.
But with all of the new protocols and safety measures, does it make sense to visit Disney World for spring break in 2021, or should you skip it this year?
Since the Disney World theme parks reopened earlier this year, we’ve seen quite a few changes.
Now, as of this week, Park Passes are available into 2022…but the Park Hopping option is available to add onto tickets being purchased for 2021. What’s up with that?! Can the two systems exist together? What’s going on?
If you’re headed to Disney World soon, one of the things that could potentially derail your trip is the availability of Park Pass reservations.
We’ve seen Park Pass reservations filling up for holidays like Halloween, and it looks like reservations for Thanksgiving time are starting to fill up as well. Well, if you wanted to spend Thanksgiving day in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios and you don’t already have a Park Pass reservation, you may be in a tough spot.
Got plans to visit Disney World this year? Maybe you’re looking to join in on all the Halloween fun?
Or, perhaps you’re looking forward to some Christmastime entertainment. Well, if you’re planning to visit the Most Magical Place on Earth this year, there’s one BIG thing that could derail your whole trip.