Breaking: Park Pass Reservations are Here To Stay, at Least for Near Future
The Walt Disney Company is in the midst of its Q1 FY23 Earnings Results Webcast, and some important news is breaking. It seems that for the near future, Park Pass Reservations are here to stay!
Q1 FY23 Earnings Results Webcast
During the webcast, The Walt Disney Company discusses its fiscal first quarter 2023 financial results via a live audio webcast. Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Christine McCarthy talked about Disney’s Park Pass Reservations System.
Park Pass Reservations
The unpopular mandate forces ticket holders and passholders to make advance reservations prior to their visit to the Parks. Park Pass Reservations are currently enforced at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Guests must check the calendar, make sure dates are available, and select their day of interest before their visit.
This has been a controversial, hot-button topic since its debut, with Passholders often unable to snag the dates they desire. Unfortunately, according to Christine McCarthy, the implication is that they’re here to stay for the near future.
MickeyBlog will continue to keep you posted as more news breaks about Park Pass Reservations. Stay tuned for more from the Q1 FY23 Earnings Results Webcast.