2024 Walt Disney World Annual Passholder ‘Good-to-Go Days’ Return!


2024 Walt Disney World Annual Passholder ‘Good-to-Go Days’ Return!

Disney has just announced a special perk for Walt Disney World Annual Passholders – the addition of two “Good-to-Go Days” on April 8th and 9th, 2024. On these special days, Passholders have the freedom to visit any of the four Walt Disney World theme parks without needing a park reservation in advance.


It’s a chance for a little extra magic and spontaneity! You can find the most up-to-date list of “Good-to-Go Days” on the Walt Disney World Passholder Admission Calendar.

A few things to keep in mind: blackout dates will still apply depending on your specific Annual Pass tier. Also, while reservations aren’t needed on “Good-to-Go Days,” Passholders can still choose to visit without a reservation after 2 pm (with the exception of Magic Kingdom on Saturdays and Sundays, where blackout dates continue to apply).


If you’re planning to Park Hop, you’ll still need either a reservation for your first park, entry on a “Good-to-Go Day”, or entry after 2 pm (excluding Magic Kingdom on weekends.

Disney is transitioning away from the previous Bonus Days system in favor of these exciting “Good-to-Go Days”.

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