Want to get away to Walt Disney World? They are now making it even easier by offering bonus reservations to multiple parks.
Park Pass Reservations
Annual Passes are a great benefit to many Guests who visit the Disney Parks regularly. Specifically, in Walt Disney World, Disney Parks will now offer Free Park Passes. Currently, Annual Passholders have a finite number of Park Reservations that they can secure.
Let’s look at how many Park Reservations are available for each Annual Passholder Tier:
- Disney Incredi-Pass: Up to 5 reservations at a time
- Disney Sorcerer Pass: Up to 5 reservations at a time
- Disney Pirate Pass: Up to 4 reservations at a time
- Disney Pixie Dust Pass: Up to 3 reservations at a time
Bonus Park Reservations
Disney will occasionally add bonus reservations for Annual Passholders. Last October, Annual Passholders enjoyed “Bonus Reservations” during the explosion of 50th Anniversary festivities. These “Bonus Reservations” have been available for Annual Passholders sporadically throughout the year.
The best part is that these bonus reservations do not count against your Park Reservations number allowed. This week Annual Passholders can take advantage of bonus reservations at Disney’s Animal Kingdom on Thursday, September 15th and also at EPCOT on Friday, September 16th.
That’s right you could have a chance to “Save the Galaxy” aboard EPCOT’s newest attraction Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind with this bonus reservation. Annual Passholders can select the park they wish to start the day at and then they can hop to another park after 2:00 pm.
This week Annual Passholders can take advantage of bonus reservations at Disney’s Animal Kingdom on Thursday, September 15th and also at EPCOT on Friday, September 16th.
Although Walt Disney World only gives a few days’ notifications of these bonus reservations, these are a great benefit for local Annual Passholders.
Are you an Annual Passholder? Do you wish they offered more notice for these bonus reservations? Do you think these bonus days are enough, or do you expect more with your pass? Let us know in the comments below and on Facebook.