Disney Park Pass Reservation

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Walt Disney World has rolled out their all NEW Disney Park Pass Reservation System. This system has been put into place to help control crowd levels during the upcoming months as Walt Disney World moves towards reopening their parks and focuses on adhering to the CDC guidelines.

IMPORTANT: If you plan to visit a theme park, please be aware that, in addition to a valid theme park admission, you MUST make a theme park reservation to enter one of the theme parks!!

Link Resort Reservation to Your My Disney Experience Account

If you do not already have one, you will need a My Disney Experience account. You will need to make sure that your Walt Disney World Resort reservation is linked to your account. (If you are traveling with another party you will want to make sure that you are connected through family and friends). If it is linked you should see the resort details listed under “My Plans”

Step 1: Log in to My Disney Experience

To make your Disney Park Pass Reservations, you will want to go to the website….NOT THE APP. Most people are seeing this screen for a few moments before being allowed to log in.

Once you are logged into your My Disney Experience Account,

Step 2: Select Disney Park Pass System

In the top right-hand corner, put your mouse on the My Disney Experience logo and a drop-down menu will appear. From the drop-down menu, select “Disney Park Pass System“.

Click on”Make a Disney Park Pass Reservation

Step 3: Create Your Party

When you begin to make a reservation, you will be asked to create your party from your Family and Friends list. Simply choose everyone that you want to include in the plans for that day. Select “Continue”.

Step 4: Choose the Date and Park

You will see a calendar at the top of the page. Navigate to the month you will be visiting Walt Disney World and select the day that you want to reserve.

After choosing your date, you will choose the park for that day from the available parks listed.

Please note that dates and theme park selections are limited and subject to availability.

Step 5: Click on a Time

Select your time. Currently, it is only showing the option to choose the entire day…It is unclear if more specific times will be listed later

Step 6: Accept Terms and Conditions

Carefully review and confirm your selected park and date.

BEFORE CONFIRMING: You MUST agree to the Terms & Conditions, including the COVID-19 liability waiver. Read the details and then click the box saying your agree.

Then select “Confirm”

Additional Days

If you are wanting to make another park reservation, select “Make Another Reservation”. You will go through the process above for each day on your tickets. If you have a multi-day ticket you are REQUIRED to have a Park Pass Reservation for EACH day on your ticket.

My Plans

Your Park Pass Reservations will show up in your My Disney Experience under “My Plans” for each day. These reservations will show both online and in the app. If you need to cancel a reservation, you may do this by selecting “Reservation Details” next to the Park Pass Reservation that you need to modify.

For more details on what to expect as Walt Disney World prepares to reopen, visit this LINK to see what you need to KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

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