Annual Passholders: Only 3 Park Reservations at Once

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On June 26, 2020, Walt Disney World resort will allow its Annual Passholders to make their first park reservations, but if they are not staying on-property, they will only be able to make reservations for three days at a time.

The news of this limitation came from Walt Disney World guest services representatives who explained that if Annual Passholders are not staying at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel, they will only be able to reserve three days at a time. Remember that parkhopper options are suspended for the time being, so reservations can only be made for one park per day.

Read More: Disney Confirms Park Hopping Will Not Be Allowed

Park Reservations will be able to be scheduled as far in advance as September 26, 2021.

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Annual Passholders can also find this news on the Disney World website.

It states:

All Annual Passholders are eligible to make Theme Park reservations for up to 3 days at a time, or Annual Passholders staying at select Disney Resort or other select hotels with valid Theme Park admission are eligible to make Theme Park reservations for their entire Resort length of stay. All reservations are subject to availability and applicable pass blockout dates.

Related: WDW Annual Passholder Park Reservation Information

We Walt Disney World Annual Passholders to also utilize the V.I.Passholder support line at (407) 939-7277 if they have any questions regarding these changes.

But if you are someone who wants to have expert help when it comes to planning your next visit to the Walt Disney World Resort, our friends at Academy Travel are standing by ready to help. Academy Travel agents understand these changes and will make sure your trip is Magical. Click here to learn more and receive your free, no-obligation quote today!

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