The Disney Parks recently increased capacity to 35% and the holiday season has brought significant demand to all four parks. Since the capacity changes Disney has updated their policy to “allow you to order multi-day theme park tickets, even in circumstances where Disney Park Pass reservations may no longer be available for select days during that guest’s validity window.”
The update notes that in a capacity situation, ticketholders “will be able to make theme park reservations on days within the ticket’s validity window (based on theme park availability), although he or she will not be able to make a reservation or visit a park on a day when reservations are unavailable.”
The updated gives the following example:
Ticketholders request a 3-day Walt Disney World theme park base ticket (last day of the validity window is 4 days after the selected start date).
They select a start date of March 1st, however, in this example let’s assume that there are no Disney Park Pass reservations available for March 3rd but Disney Park Pass reservations are available for all of the other days during the validity window.
These ticketholders will be unable to visit the theme parks on March 3rd but may use their 3-day ticket to obtain a Disney Park Pass on three of the other four days within their validity window: March 1st, March 2nd, March 4th, and March 5th.
As a note, multi-day tickets will remain unavailable in instances where there are too many at-capacity days for the ticket to be honored at the time of purchase.
It may be more important than ever to check those Disney Park Pass reservations before planning your trip!
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