The new Disney Park Pass System — which is an online tool that allows guests to make a required reservation to visit one of the four Walt Disney World theme parks when they start to reopen in July — made its debut earlier this week.
Currently, the system has rolled out to guests with Walt Disney World Resort hotel reservations (who also have valid theme park admission) before it opens to Walt Disney World Annual Passholders on June 26th and existing ticket holders on June 28th.
While it may be exciting to get that official confirmation when your park plans are finalized (you can see the full process here), what happens if you need to alter your theme park reservation due to a change of plans or preference?
We learned today, both by attempting for ourselves and by confirming with a Cast Member, that there is no option to “modify” your current Park Pass reservations at press time.
In order to select a new park or date, you must actively cancel your current reservation (listed under “My Plans” in your My Disney Experience account) and then proceed to book a new Park Pass reservation.
Remember, though, that park reservations are “limited and subject to availability.” The options that were available when you first made your reservation may not be on the table when you opt to cancel. So, you’ll definitely want to check availability for the park and date you want to go to before you cancel any current Park Pass reservations.
If you have any more questions about the new Disney Park Pass System…
And you can read all about our experience using the new system by clicking here. Of course, if you’re looking for any more information about the upcoming reopening of the Walt Disney World theme parks — which begins with Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom on July 11th followed by EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios on July 15th — you can check out any of the links below.
What are your thoughts so far on the new Disney Park Pass System? Please let us know with a comment!
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