This morning marks the first Walt Disney World AP preview day at Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom. It’s an exciting day for any WDW Annual Passholder who was able to snag a reservation using the new Disney Park Pass System!
In more exciting AP news, Disney World’s website has been updated with new information about Annual Passholder theme park reservation policies.
Previously, Passholders were only allowed to have 3 theme park reservations attached to their accounts at any given time. Now, however, the updated policy lets APs add reservations on a rolling basis (i.e. once a reservation is used at any Disney World park, another reservation can be made).
The WDW website announcement reads:
UPDATED – Annual Passholders staying at select Disney Resort or other select hotels with valid theme park admission are eligible to make theme park reservations for each day of their stay(s), and now in addition, all Annual Passholders are eligible to make theme park reservations for up to 3 days at a time on a rolling basis. Once you use a theme park reservation, you can make another reservation for a future date.
This is great news for Walt Disney World Passholders who were disappointed with the initial rollout of the new Disney Park Pass interface.
In addition to this AP ticket reservation update, general ticket sales for Walt Disney World Resort are set to resume today.
While Disney World’s phased reopening process means that the Disney experience will be different for the foreseeable future, this AP reservation update and the ability to purchase new tickets for the Florida Disney Park shows that Disney is doing what they can to make the “new normal” as magical as possible for their Guests.
Are you excited about this Disney World Annual Passholder Park Pass update?