While we’ve been busy becoming masters of Disney World’s new reservation system (check out our tutorial here!), we’ve also been trying to figure out who will have access to park reservations when it goes live on June 22nd.
Hey guys! Fun fact: the last 24 hours have been absolutely INSANE! By now, we know YOU KNOW exactly what we’re talkin’ about!
Not only is Disney’s new reservation system is launching in mere days, but Disney has also shared that there will be no Park Hopper option for the foreseeable future and no more free MagicBands for resort guests. Mickey’s-Not-So-Scary Halloween Party has been canceled for 2020 and Food and Wine Festival is starting in July. Since there have been so many HUGE news stories, we’re scurrying around to get a few more refined details for you!
While we await further details regarding Disney’s new reservation system, earlier today we noticed Disney World’s annual passholder calendar had undergone a major update! As we know, just like the general public, Annual Passholders will be required to obtain a reservation before they’re allowed inside a Disney World theme park (which will also be the case at Disneyland).
Disney hasn’t released very many details yet on the new reservation system including how long they’re expecting to use it, so we were intrigued when we noticed the Annual Passholder admission calendar was listing “reservations required” through June 2021!
While Disney World has launched a new Annual Passholder webpage with its updated policies, there are still a lot of questions left unanswered.
And thanks to one of our readers, we’re now aware of a potentially problematic situation regarding Annual Passes that were originally set to expire during Disney World’s temporary closure period.