NEW Park Reservation System Goes Live

Updated: Nov 23, 2020

This morning, we were able to test out the NEW Park Reservation System for Walt Disney World. When the parks begin to open up on July 11, 2020, every member of your party will need a valid park ticket AND a Park Reservation in order to enter the theme park. Park Hopping has been suspended for the time being.


Here is a look at how to reserve your Park days with the new Park Pass reservation system at Walt Disney World®


It seems the easiest way to get to the screen you need is to go to https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/park-reservations


Step 1 ) Pick your party



Step 2) Pick your day


Step 3) Pick your Park


Step 4) Review Terms & Conditions and COVID waiver and confirm




COVID waiver example


Step 5) Success



As of today, June 22nd, all guests staying at a Walt Disney World® Resort with arrivals through the end of 2020, and already linked park tickets may make Park Pass reservations.

Beginning June 26th, Annual Passholders will be able to make Park Pass reservations for up to 3 days. 

If you do not already have tickets for 2020, you may be able to purchase them later this summer. No date has been announced for the resumption of ticket sales.


We hope this helps guests through the process of Park Reservations!



Whitney Mattox is a Senior Travel Advisor with Coasters & Castles Travel. Reach her at wmattox@travelcnc.com.



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