Any visit to a Walt Disney World theme park requires a reservation in addition to a ticket, and starting today, there are new updates to the theme park reservation system.
The biggest change in this update is that Guests can now modify their Disney Park Pass reservation, including dates, park, and party members (subject to availability).
No more having to cancel and re-book on “My Disney Experience.”
Another change is that Guests may also now book theme park reservations with different admission types.
So whether you’re an Annual Passholder, date-based ticket holder, or even visiting with a Cast Member, you can all make your reservations at one time.
Disney says these updates will give Guests a more seamless experience when booking and changing their theme park reservations.
About the Reservation System
Walt Disney World Resort introduced a theme park reservation system after reopening in 2020 as a way to manage attendance.
And per the recent quarterly financials report call, The Walt Disney Company says the system is here to stay.
As a result, a visit to any of the four Walt Disney World theme parks requires both a valid admission (ticket or annual pass), and a reservation for the same day for any Guest age 3 or older.
Multi-day tickets require a separate reservation for each day of use per person.
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