There have been a multitude of new and exciting changes to the Disney parks recently, including new changes to Disney’s park pass reservation system. The park pass reservation system was put into place when Walt Disney World reopened in July 2020 in an attempt to control capacity. All tickets also require a reservation to the theme park of guest’s choosing. What started out as something temporary is now a permanent practice. With its new permanent place in guests’ booking experience, Disney is updating the process to make it more streamlined and simple.
New Annual Passholders will be able to make up to 5 park pass reservations at one time instead of the previous 3. As such, the new calendar will allow Passholders to see their current reservations.
In addition, if a Passholder has already booked the maximum amount of park pass reservations, the time that they are allowed to book more will be changing. Previously, Passholders would have to wait until the end of the day to make another reservation, but now Disney will allow you to do that as soon as you enter the park.
Possibly one of the best changes that is being made to the new system is that Disney will now allow for reservations to be modified. Previously, guests needing to change their park days would need to cancel and rebook their reservations. Being able to modify without cancelling will certainly relive the stress of needing to adjust park reservations.
What do you think of the new changes to Disney’s park pass reservation system? Do you prefer using the reservation system to guarantee your spot in the Disney parks? Let us know in the comments below!