Select guests can have even more fun at Disney World theme parks in the upcoming months. See how to book them here.
Limited Park Passes
Annual Passes are a great benefit to many Guests who visit the Disney Parks regularly. However, Annual Passholders have a finite number of Park Reservations that they can secure without a hotel reservation.
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
This makes it difficult for local Annual Passholders and those staying offsite that need longer times in the park. If you need more days, you have to wait to “use” one before grabbing another.
It may be hard for local Passholders and offsite guests to secure park reservations.
New Bonus Days
Disney will occasionally add bonus reservations for Annual Passholders. This began during the explosion of 50th Anniversary festivities in October 2021. These “bonus reservations” have been available for Annual Passholders sporadically sporadically since then.
Recently, we announced Spring Break bonus days HERE. Even though Bonus Days are a great perk, in the past they’re been released only a few days beforehand and not for very long.
However, that’s changed with the latest release! Disney just added Bonus Park Days for Disney’s Animal Kingdom and EPCOT Saturdays and Sundays now through the end of May, including Earth Day weekend. One of the greatest things about these extra passes is they don’t count against your allotted days!
If you’re not an Annual Passholder, read HERE on Disney World beginning to sell them very soon!
Disney just added Bonus Park Days for Disney’s Animal Kingdom and EPCOT every Saturday and Sunday now through the end of May.
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