Anyone and everyone in Florida and other states have been literally on the edge of their seats, waiting for Walt Disney World to open back up.
As an annual passholder for 7+ years, I have been waiting to see the in's and out's of how Disney will be handling the reopening, amid the pandemic. Besides, it really is where I try spend the majority of my time, the happiest place on earth.
I recently found some news on DisneyWorld , about some rules that would be in play once things start opening back up at the house of Mouse.
Reservations will be limited and will also go by availability. There won't be any gaurantee until a reservation is final. Friends and family will still be able to link their tickets together to ensure entry for the same dates if applicable.
Guests will be able ot select one park per day, so that means no park hopping! It is only temporary based on attendance limitations. The site also states that, "A park reservation must be made for each day of entry. If you have a multi-day ticket, you will be required to make a park reservation for each date of your visit."
Disney will be reaching out this week, to existing ticket holders and Annual Passholders, to let them know when they will be able to make reservations. The Park Pass system will be opening in phases. Pass blockout dates apply and you should check the applicable blockout calendar for your pass type prior to making your Theme Park reservations.
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