Disney Parks Pass reservations begin and new availability calendar now available

Jun 22, 2020 in "MyMagic+"

Walt Disney World's Disney Parks Pass theme park reservations system has just gone live along with a new tool to view Disney Parks Pass availability.

Those trying to use the Disney Parks Pass reservation system have been greeted by a lot of early frustration with errors and no progress, and then as of 8:15am, a virtual queue was introduced. Despite the queue, reports from many users still suggest that that they are unable to make a reservation, and at the end of the virtual queue are receiving a blank screen or errors. A handful of users have reached out to us that they have been able to make reservations.

Debuting alongside Disney parks Pass is a new availability calendar, that allows you to check to see if your desired date and park is currently available before purchasing your ticket, Annual Pass or package.

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Article Posted: Jun 22, 2020 / 8:18am ET
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sullivan.kscott2 days ago

Wow. Going to be some (relatively) busy resorts for December. That will help a little. Like you said, though, I’m sure we’ll see the “bucket” replenished here and there.

DCBaker2 days ago

They will surely add more availability as time gets closer, but still wild to see already. For resort/ticket guests in December, DHS is out everyday except for the 25th, which is out for MK.

nickys11 days ago

I’m sorry, I mis-read it! (I thought it seemed out of character 🙂).

TrainChasers12 days ago

I know. I was trying to be a bit sarcastic, but that’s hard to read. The WS Entertainers were 3rd party and were working a year to year “gig,” but even they were going on 10+ years. The grand orchestra, yeehaw bob, and others were full time 20+ cm’s though.

pixie22512 days ago

Yesterday afternoon we re-booked our trip that was supposed to begin Saturday and moved it to May 2021. We were allowed to add park hopper to our reservation. Whether or not it will be honored is another story. We still had to make individual park reservations for each day.

MisterPenguin12 days ago

Here..

nickys12 days ago

Many of the entertainment CMs, performers or technicians, were employed on the same terms and other CMs. And they have been decimated. Someone posted there aren’t enough technicians left now to run Fantasmic. The bands, WS entertainers and so on we’re likely on gig contracts, year on year.

nickys12 days ago

You might as well, especially if you’re planning to go to DHS. You can always change them later.

nickys12 days ago

Park reservations have been extended to 2022. That does not necessarily mean no park hopping. According to @Magic Feather , it isn’t a top priority right now, the park reservation system could be changed to allow park hopping. I would post his comment but search isn’t working properly right now.

MisterPenguin12 days ago

In this thread, all references to 2022 are for room reservations extending into 2022. Not for the name-your-park-for-the-day reservation lasting that long.

TrainChasers12 days ago

I agree. But... this is normal right? Happened after 9/11 right? Entertainers were just working a gig anyways right? Cue jungle cruise de-nile joke.

drew8112 days ago

Exactly. Wait till everyone sees what’s happened to Walt Disney Entertainment. Shows and parades are doomed.

DVCakaCarlF12 days ago

Park reservation sucks.

TrainChasers12 days ago

People are paying full price admission for limited hours, no fireworks, no parades, and he was able to lay-off 28,000 cm’s AFTER sending all the CP’s and Internationals home. This is Chapeks dream come true.