From Magic Bands to an incredible souvenir that you just picked up, no one likes losing items at Walt Disney World. However, to minimize the stress when this happens, Disney World will implement a new Lost and Found system starting on May 21st that will make it easier than ever to be reunited with your lost belongings.
Later this month, visitors will be able to flag up any lost items by visiting Disneyworld.com/lostandfound.
Once the system is up and running, guests will be able to log any missing items and Disney Cast Members will start their search. This means that locating something misplaced at Walt Disney World doesn’t have to eat into valuable theme park time.
This new Lost and Found log in system will be available across Walt Disney World including the theme parks, water parks, Disney Springs as well as ESPN Wide World of Sports. For lost items at one of Disney’s onsite resorts, you should continue to reach out to the front desk for assistance.
Guests visiting the parks before May 21st that need to track down a lost item will need to follow the original procedures which vary by park and location and can be found here.
Readers are encouraged to keep following along with Chip and Co for the latest updates regarding the implementation of the new Lost & Found system.
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