Disney World Reservation system is now live

Walt Disney World Reservation System

Disney World Reservation system is now live.

 

The Disney World Reservation is now live on the Disney World Website, also known as Disney Park Pass.

To get started visit here. https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/park-reservations/  If you get the image above you are on the right page!

First, select the date you would like to visit the parks.

You will need to select the park you would like to visit that day. Keep in mind there is no Park Hopping!

Next, you will need to select your arrival window. There was only 1 time available to me.

You will need to review and confirm this is what you want.

Your Disney Park Pass is now confirmed. You can make additional Park visits at the bottom of the screen.

Here is the Timeline of when you can book reservations:

  • June 22nd – Disney World Guests with tickets & Guests staying at official Disney World Hotels
  • June 24th – 2021 Disney Resort Packages with Tickets
  • June 26th – Annual Passholders with no hotel reservations
  • June 28th – Guests with existing Tickets


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6 thoughts on “Disney World Reservation system is now live

  1. No problem getting in and making reservations…. until it wouldn’t let me enter day 8 and after! With AP and reservations for 12 days this may be a problem.

  2. Any word on making Park Pass modifications? Disney’s original message made it sound like changes could be made. Maybe after all the day-one craziness?

  3. Hi! I have a DVC hotel booked for December, but have yet to purchase our tickets. Any word of this type of guest; with a hotel booking but no tickets? Thank you!

  4. The process to reserve was so easy! I am going September 20-26, and I was so anxious to make the reservations today. I got scared I wouldn’t be able to reserve the parks for the days I wanted to do each one. But after waiting on the login screen with the castle for an hour and 47 mins, I was in! The process was so quick and simple, and there was no trouble selecting the days/parks I wanted. Its an extra step we never needed before, but I am glad its a new measure to make sure the parks are as safe as possible.

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