Updates Coming to Disney Park Pass Reservation System at Walt Disney World

Some minor changes are being made to the Disney Park Park Reservation system at Walt Disney World beginning tomorrow, August 23rd.

What’s Happening:

  • Starting Tuesday, August 23rd, Walt Disney World guests will be able to book more Park Passes in one transaction.
  • Reservations will now be available across all ticket types, including single-day tickets and Annual Passes, at the same time.
  • The limit of tickets that can have passes reserved will expand to 30, more than double the current number of 12. This should better accommodate larger groups.
  • Additionally, guests can now change their reservation date and park without having to cancel it first.
  • This news was originally reported by WDW News Today.

More Walt Disney World News:

  • H2O+, the official sponsor of Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort guest bath amenities, has announced that the fan-favorite skin care brand will be retired.
  • Earlier this year, Disney announced that it was moving Disney+ Day from the streaming service’s anniversary date to September 8th in a bid to coincide with this year’s D23 Expo. Now, the Disney+ Day offerings for the Disney Parks have been announced, including special perks for subscribers.
  • Zach Riddley, Creative Portfolio Executive for Walt Disney Imagineering, has showcased some new on-the-ground construction progress for the Moana-themed Journey of Water attraction coming soon to EPCOT.
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