Disney World Adds More Reservation-Free ‘Good-to-Go Days’ for Passholders

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In response to popular demand, Disney has expanded its “Good-to-Go Days” program, offering passholders more opportunities to explore the theme parks without the need for reservations. This article will delve into the details of these newly added days and how passholders can make the most of this new perk.

Exploring “Good-to-Go Days”

“Good-to-Go Days” are a special treat exclusively for Annual Passholders at Walt Disney World. On select dates, passholders can access any of the four captivating parks – Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom – without having to secure a reservation. These days grant you the freedom to immerse yourself in the magic whenever the mood strikes.

Dates to Remember

Expanding the days where reservations are not needed, Walt Disney World has included four new dates to the “Good-to-Go Days” calendar. Mark your calendars for:

  • January 16, 18, 23, 24, 25, 28, 31
  • February 1, 4, 6

Navigating Blackout Dates

While the introduction of “Good-to-Go Days” brings boundless joy, it is important to be aware of any potential blackout dates. These blackout dates may vary based on the tier of your Annual Pass. To determine if any restrictions apply, passholders should consult their specific pass details.

Disney World offers several types of annual passes, each with its own set of blockout dates. Here’s a brief overview:









Incredi-Pass Blockout Dates

The premium pass option, the Incredi-Pass, has no blockout dates at all, offering unrestricted access to Disney World throughout the year.

Sorcerer Blockout Dates

This pass has minimal blockout dates, typically only during the busiest week of Christmas and New Year. It’s a great choice for those who want more flexibility in their visit schedule, but may not be visiting Disney World during the holidays.

Pirate Blockout Dates

A step up from the Pixie Dust Pass, the Pirate Pass offers fewer blockout dates but still restricts access during peak times, especially around Christmas and New Year.

Pixie Blockout Dates

This is the most affordable pass, perfect for Florida residents who can visit on weekdays. However, it comes with the most blockout dates, including most weekends, summer months, and all major holidays.

Park Hopping

Annual Passholders can also enjoy another added benefit – the Park Hopper option. Under normal circumstances, to utilize this perk, passholders must make a theme park reservation for their initial destination and enter that park before proceeding to another. However, on “Good-to-Go Days” or after 2 p.m. (except for Magic Kingdom on Saturdays and Sundays), passholders have the freedom to enter any park without a reservation and explore one after another, creating a seamless flow of excitement and adventure.

Wrapping Up

These added dates allow passholders to wander through the parks at their leisure, without the constraints of reservations. By consulting the Walt Disney World Passholder Admission Calendar and staying informed about potential blackout dates, passholders can make the most of these added dates.

So, grab your mouse ears and get ready to embark on your next Walt Disney World journey! Stay tuned to the DVC Shop blog to get all the latest developments from inside the Disney parks and around the Disney Vacation Club resorts!

Written by

Rachel Van Norman

Contributing Writer

Rachel fell deeply in love with all things Disney as a little girl. Now as a wife and a mother herself, she shares this Disney obsession with her son and everyone around her. From her love of princesses to eating all the Disney food, Rachel spends her time radiating Disney magic and keeping everyone up to date on Disney news.

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