New Disney Park Pass reservation system goes live for Walt Disney World Annual Passholders

18 days ago in "MyMagic+"

Posted: Wednesday September 8, 2021 8:53am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Walt Disney World's new Annual Passes go on sale today, and alongside their introduction comes an updated Disney Park Pass reservation system.

The new website combines the Annual Passholder Blockout Calendar with the Disney Park Pass reservation system, giving guests a single place to manage visits to the parks.

You can choose the type of pass you have, the park you wish to visit, and which days are available subject to blockout dates. The new park reservations system offers between 3 and 5 reservations, depending on tier of pass.

There is also a screen for legacy passholders to accommodate the old passes that are no longer sold but are still active.

Learn more about Walt Disney World's new annual passes.

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wutisgood2 days ago

Just a prank bro!

flutas7 days ago

So I did a bit more prodding and got the full story I think. They went to a ticket booth to upgrade an AP on the final day of the ticket. Everything went smooth, until payment time. They said the terminal said approved and they instantly got a notification from the bank that the transaction was processed. The CM then told them that the screen popped up a message saying to contact a supervisor. Said supervisor came over and said that the transaction didn’t go through at all and their bank had most likely blocked it for fraud. Then after paying a second time they noticed two pending charges and the supervisor had to manually void the first charge. To which they got told “up to 10 business days” for a refund. They then went to Guest Relations to ask about it and try to get the refund quicker. GR then dismissed the issue and said there was nothing they can do about it and that “these thing just happen some times.”

dovetail657 days ago

I never understood that. I run a small business and when I refund the client sees the refund within 24 hours. If the mistake is caught less than 1 business day then the refund happens the second I process it.

Muffinpants7 days ago

Just had to check mine. thankfully was not double charged.

Hcalvert7 days ago

I have been using my card from 2019 and no one said anything to me about it. Like you, my AP is current. I just finally got a new card in June since I renewed in person. I'll have to remember to switch them out.

TheGuyThatMakesSwords7 days ago

Immediate CC Challenge. Let the big Dogs fight it out.

flutas7 days ago

How about a new issue. Heard this one from a friend of a friend. Double charged while doing a ticket to AP upgrade (~$1500 in charges instead of $750ish). CM apologized and said funds would be back “in about 2 weeks.” Guest relations dismissed it as “something that just happens.”

MansionButler849 days ago

I believe if you miss 3 reservations, you will be forced to return your magnet.

pdude819 days ago

I believe wdw had similar penalties for ap when park reservations launched. Not sure if they are still in effect

techgeek9 days ago

I don’t disagree. But they set a precedent and they weren’t met with much push-back. Translating that revenue stream over when it became obvious park reservations were staying as the new normal was only a matter of time.

diggity169 days ago

I have searched high and low for this answer and can’t find anything anywhere that outlines repercussions for not showing up. It suggests canceling if you can’t make it, but that’s all I’ve found.

dovetail659 days ago

Not the same at all.

Sirwalterraleigh9 days ago

Yeah…that’s what I was confused about I had forgotten there were “no show” bans put into place for DL

techgeek9 days ago

We've had no-show penalties for table service reservations for years now, haven't we?