And while we knew Disney World APs would have early access to the parks BEFORE they reopened to the general public on July 11th and 15th, we learned AP previews would only be happening at Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Animal Kingdom on July 9th and 10th!
Disney’s Park Pass system went live this morning for Annual Passholders (who didn’t have a resort stay) to make their Disney World theme park reservations. All guests are now required to have both a park ticket and reservation to visit during Disney World’s phased reopening.
The system came up early, and although it was sailing along a lot smoother than its initial launch, things were still very messy.
Ever since Disney’s Park Pass reservation system went live on Monday, we’ve been watching reservations for Disney World’s theme parks fly out the door!
And now we’ve just seen ANOTHER date fill up for Disney’s Animal Kingdom!
We know you guys have been experiencing a crazy time the last few days trying to figure out how the new Disney Park Pass reservation system works!
We’ve been trying to answer all your questions about Disney Park Pass since before it went live and we’ve even shared a step-by-step tutorial of how to use it, none of us were prepared for how glitchy it would be!
Disney World’s new Park Pass Reservation System was set to go live this morning and should now be open to guests with existing hotel reservations.
Today, ONLY guests with existing tickets and hotel reservations can make a park pass reservation. Annual Passholders WITHOUT a resort stay can make reservations starting June 26th. Then on June 28th, existing ticket holders can make reservations. But, this morning is off to a VERY bumpy start, people.
When Disney World announced their plan to begin reopening on July 11th, they also announced they were pausing all hotel and ticket sales for the time being.
We know many of you have been eager to find out when you’d be able to start booking trips again, and it appears we’re closer to a solid answer. [Read more…]
Now that Disney World has dropped a bombshell of updates to their policies regarding their July 11th reopening date, there’s a lot of confusion going around!
Following the announcement that a new reservation system will be needed to gain access to the parks, all previously booked Fastpass+, dining reservations, and Disney Dining Plans have been canceled, many guests are now left wondering if they’re even ELIGIBLE to gain access to the parks when they reopen. [Read more…]
When Disney World proposed reopening its theme parks in July yesterday, they mentioned little information regarding Disney World hotels.
Disney later shared info regarding when Disney World planned to reopen their hotels.
A lot is changing in and around Disney World right now as some stores and restaurants have recently reopened in Disney Springs and Disney World’s official reopening date has been announced.
But that’s not all that’s been happening lately. As many of you know, last week Disney World said they would be reopening with a brand new reservation system which meant they needed pause ticket sales and hotel reservations temporarily.
We’ve been sharing with you what it’s like at Disney Springs now that its phased reopening is underway.
And while STK Orlando was one of the first third-party restaurants we learned would be reopening on May 20th, we stopped by to see what service was like today with its new safety guidelines in place.