New changes to Disney World’s Park Pass reservation system have been added today! The park pass reservations have been around since the parks’ reopening in July 2020, and according to Disney CEO Bob Chapek, they are not going anywhere any time soon. However, Disney is constantly adapting their systems in order to streamline guests’ experience.
With the new updates for the Park Pass reservation system, guests will be able to book Park Pass reservations across all ticket types at the same time. Now single-day tickets and Annual Passes can be booked together and will not need to be done separately, making the process much simpler.
Secondly, the amount of tickets that can have passes reserved is now expanded to 30. Previously guests could only have 12 tickets, but that is no longer the case. This is going to be such a benefit to those who are traveling to Walt Disney World with larger groups.
Finally, guests will no longer have to cancel their park pass reservation in order to chose a different day or park. Disney has updated it so that Park Pass Reservations are able to be modified! The modifications will be allowed for park reservation dates, which park you wish to attend, and which party members are included.
Previously the button only said Make a Park Reservation, but now it says “Make or Modify Park Reservations.” If you press the modify button you will be taken to the screen where you will see the available dates and parks. From here you’ll choose your changes, review them, and then hit the “confirm selections” button to finish the process.
These changes to the Park Pass Reservation system seem to be a much more streamlined process, and we are happy to see these new options. We are sure that this is not the last update to the Park Pass Reservation system, so be sure to stay tuned into the DVC Shop Blog for all of the latest news!