BREAKING: Disney World Park Reservations Are CHANGING in 2024
Ever since Disney World reopened in 2020 following the COVID-19-related park-wide closure, Park Pass Reservations have been an important part of planning your Disney World trip.
Park reservations, also referred to as park passes, are currently required to enter a Disney Park, in addition to booking your ticket or Annual Pass. This added step can be complicated if you forget, as parks have on occasion gotten fully booked. Now that’s changing in a BIG way!
Park Reservation News
Beginning with park visits on Jan 9th, 2024, Park Pass Reservations will no longer be required for date-based tickets. That’s right, folks — NO MORE PARK PASSES!!!
You simply choose a start date of January 9th or later to take advantage of this change. This will not apply to non-dated tickets.
Things will be a bit more complicated for Annual Passholders and Cast Members with the introduction of “good-to-go days.”
Annual Passholders and Cast Members will essentially have a calendar including of good-to-go days, which are days on which park reservations will not be required. These dates will vary by park, pass block-out dates, and capacity.
On non “good-to-go days,” park reservations will still be required for entry. These dates will likely coincide with popular days to visit, such as holidays and events.
We’ll be monitoring for more news regarding this developing situation, so stay tuned for more news from MickeyBlog!