Are you ready? No…are you REALLY ready? Maybe pull up a chair and a coffee, because we’ve got some BIG Disney news to share.
Can you believe we’re less than 10 days away from Thanksgiving?
It seems like just yesterday we were braving the summer crowds in Disney World or snacking on Halloween treats. But now, Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party has kicked off and Thanksgiving treats are everywhere. If you want to visit Disney World on Thanksgiving, listen up!
Part of the Park Pass reservation system is about to CHANGE, and it’s going to make your life a whole lot easier.
Disney World’s Park Pass reservation system was introduced following the pandemic-related closures, and Disney executives have sung its praises ever since (a.k.a. it doesn’t seem like this system will be going away any time soon). We’ve seen some changes made to the system, and soon some more changes will be on the way.
This is not a drill — we all know too well how fast dining reservations can go. Festivals, events, and holidays can bring large crowds to Disney World, which means dining reservations during those times tend to sell out fast. And reservations for one very popular holiday have finally opened, so you’ll need to grab your own ASAP!
Are YOU ready for all the big changes being made in Disney World?
If you haven’t kept up with all the latest news, you might not know some critical information about upcoming reopening dates, the latest snacks, or what’s going on with the Park Pass reservation system. So what are you waiting for? Join us now as we take a look at ALL of the biggest Disney news from the past week so you can stay up-to-date and be prepared for any and all future trips to the parks!
Late in 2021, Disney got hit with a lawsuit from Magic Key Pass holders (Disneyland’s updated version of Annual Passes) over the Park Pass reservation system and its interaction with Magic Key.
That lawsuit alleged that Disney deceived its fanbase by “artificially limiting theme park capacity and blocking passholders with ‘no blockout’ annual passes from making reservations.” Earlier in 2022, we shared an update on the case and the claims that had been allowed to go forward, along with a look at how the lawsuit likely impacted the Magic Key passes made available for renewal. And now it looks like Disney might be feeling a little bit of deja vu.
Fantasmic! is coming back to Disney World soon and we could not be more excited!
While the show returned to Disneyland Resort back in May, it was just announced that the show would finally be returning to Disney World on November 3rd. If you’re hoping to catch the first show back, you better grab those Hollywood Studios park passes now because they are running out!
We don’t know if you’ve heard but Disney World has been getting busier lately!
As we head into the holiday season, crowds tend to increase, and Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmastime can be popular times to visit Disney World. Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party begins on November 8th in Magic Kingdom, EPCOT’s Festival of Holidays starts on November 25th, and that’s not even addressing all the beautiful decorations and merchandise that come out! If you’re planning to visit Disney World this November, you need to RUN and get your Park Reservations now — and here’s why.
As we get closer and closer to Halloween, Disney World is getting more and more busy!
And, it’s totally understandable, because there are a lot of things to do! You can take a look at all of the holiday decor, eat spooky treats, attend Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, and more. But, if you’re going to the parks soon, it’s necessary to take a look at the calendar before you go. And, don’t forget that you still need a Park Pass Reservation to get into the parks — so we’ve compiled that info right here just for you!
Wait times have been increasing in Disney World recently, and we’ve also seen bigger crowds arriving in the parks.
There’s a lot to do in Disney World in October, whether you like to check out all the holiday decor, eat limited-time treats, attend Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, or just enjoy the slightly cooler weather. It’s important to review the Disney World calendar before your visit and you still need a Park Reservation to get into a park — so we’ve compiled that info right here just for you!