The new Disney Park Pass system, which allows guests to reserve the days they want to visit a park, opens to all Annual Passholders on June 26. The system opens to other existing ticket holders on Sunday, June 28.
Disney has announced they will not open the system at a pre-announced time. Many assumed the system would open at 7 am ET or 8 am ET, but it could open earlier or later.
When the Park Pass system opens, all Passholders will be able to reserve up to three theme park visits at a time.
If an Annual Passholders is also staying at a Disney Resort hotels and also has valid theme park admission, they can make theme park reservations for each day of their stay(s). As an example, if an Annual Passholder has three five-night reservations, they will be able to hold up to 15 theme park reservations at one time.
Disney’s Park Pass system will use a virtual waiting room, as needed, to deal with the expected high volume of guests who are all trying to make park reservations at the same time.
Here are some helpful reminders for making park reservations:
Ensure your ticket or Annual Pass is linked to your My Disney Experience account for each member of your travel party.
Please be sure you are searching for available park days within the valid use period of your ticket or Annual Pass. You can view your valid use period under Tickets and Passes in My Disney Experience. All reservations are subject to availability and applicable pass blockout dates.
Contact the Disney Reservation Center via phone or online chat if these tips do not resolve the issue. Please note that we are experiencing a high call and chat volume at this time.
Disney is planning to add one additional month extension to passes. They will automatically process the change into My Disney Experience accounts in October 2020.
Disney Passholders: Will you make Park Pass reservations on June 26?