News surrounding the Disney World Parks Reservation System continues to unfold. Now we know the time that the system will go live so that you can begin making your reservations.
What is the Disney World Parks Reservation System?
As Walt Disney World begins its phased reopening, capacity will be limited. This means that guests MUST have a reservation to enter the parks.
The Disney World Parks Reservation System will allow guests to begin making reservations. The system goes live as early as June 22.
Earlier, KTP Writer Susan created a guide for everything you need to know to access the system and make your reservations. To read the guide, click here.
The most important thing to remember is that you MUST have Park tickets linked to access the system.
When Will the System Be Live?
Beginning June 22, Disney Resort and other select hotel Guests with valid theme park admission can make reservations.
Beginning June 26, Annual Passholders without a Resort stay can make reservations.
Beginning June 28, existing ticket holders can make reservations.
Park reservations will be available through September 26, 2021.
Disney has prepared us for this launch because it will be in keeping with release times for our beloved Fastpass+. Even though fasrpass+ is currently suspended, your fastest finger skills will come in handy.
You will need to wake up pretty early to grab a reservation. The system will go live at 7:00 AM Eastern time on the date associated with the type of ticket and reservation each guest holds.
The System will go live at 7:00 AM Eastern time.
You will be able to make Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom Reservations for dates beginning July 11th, 2020. You will also be able to make reservations for Epcot and Hollywood Studios for dates beginning July 15, 2020.
You will only be able to reserve one park per day. Park hopping is currently unavailable.
We here at KTP hope all of you are successful in your quest to grab reservations if you want to go! May the Force be with you!
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