'Good To Go Days' For Walt Disney World Annual Passholders Make Surprise Return For July 2024

10 days ago in "Ticket Annual Pass - Disney Incredi-Pass"

Posted: Tuesday July 2, 2024 2:25pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney has announced a new batch of 'Good-to-Go Days' for Walt Disney World Annual Passholders in mid to late July 2024.

The latest 'Good-to-Go Day' additions are July 10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 21, 28, 29.

The last 'Good-to-Go Days’' were in late May 2024, and their unexpected return for the typically busy month of July suggests lower-than-expected attendance this summer.

On 'Good-to-Go Days,' Annual Passholders may enter the theme parks without needing a reservation, and this applies to all four Walt Disney World parks. You can find current 'Good-to Go Days' on the Walt Disney World Passholder Admission Calendar.

Upcoming 2024 Walt Disney World Annual Passholder 'Good-to-Go Days'

Reservation-free days of admission at all four Walt Disney World theme parks:

  • July 10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 21, 28, 29

Disney says that 'Good-to-Go Days' will be added periodically and may be released days or weeks in advance. Note that blackout days will apply according to the tier of the Annual Pass.

Annual Passholders may also continue to visit without a park reservation after 2 pm. unless visiting Magic Kingdom Park on a Saturday or Sunday (blockout dates continue to apply).

To use the Park Hopper benefit, Annual Passholders must make a theme park reservation for the first park they plan to visit AND enter that first park prior to visiting another. Or, they can enter a theme park without a reservation on a "good-to-go" day for that park or after 2 pm. (except Magic Kingdom on Saturdays and Sundays) before visiting another park.

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Fido Chuckwagon7 days ago

Incredipass can only hold 5 at a time when staying offsite.

Fido Chuckwagon7 days ago

I say this as someone who travels to WDW during Christmas & Easter: Just scrap park reservations except for Thanksgiving Week, Christmas Week, and Easter Week. They are clearly not needed at any other time now since they're always available and they're just an added annoyance with no benefit to anyone, including Disney at this point. Or, if you **must** use park reservations because you want to have an idea of where your AP's who don't buy LL will be (even though they can easily change their mind at the last minute anyway), then still require park reservations, but just don't cap the number than an AP can make.

Liloandstitch37 days ago

But if you have an annual pass as long as it doesn’t block out that/those date/s then it shouldn’t matter. An annual pass is in fact valid admission.

CaptainAmerica7 days ago

I'm going to time this from a cold start. I do not have a reservation for August 21 and I'm going to make one. Aaaaaand, it took 53.3 seconds.

CaptainAmerica7 days ago

You have cause and effect backwards. You can't book a lightning lane for a give date and park unless the system recognizes that you have valid admission for that date and park. The system doesn't recognize that you have valid admission for that date and park until you tell it you're coming.

Unbanshee7 days ago

That's exactly the case

mattpeto7 days ago

I mean I agree it's not a huge deal, but the bigger question is why aren't more days GTG? This doesn't seem that complicated.

Liloandstitch37 days ago

But by making lightning lanes I am effectively saying I’m entering this one park, so why is it even necessary to make a park pass on a different tab etc etc etc? Answer: it makes zero sense, they are trying to hang on to this park pass the same way they hung on to genie plus for way too long.

SoFloMagic8 days ago

That's an unnecessary pain in the ass. I mean maybe if it would just keep me logged in...

CaptainAmerica8 days ago

Just make a park reservation whenever you want to go, whether you need to or not. It takes 30 seconds.

ToTBellHop8 days ago

Whispers: it’s ridiculous that I paid $6k for IncrediPasses for my family and need park reservations except when I don’t need them but still need them for Lightning Lane. Unless I don’t. But, do I?

SoFloMagic8 days ago

I think a lot of us are hanging out hoping things will change back

aladdin20078 days ago

I think they are hearing about it, had a conversation with a very nice person at guest relations and she understood and was well aware about the dissatisfaction with park reservations (the only theme park company in the country still doing this I believe)...I was more or less being vocal that its stupid you have to wait till 2 to enter another park...To hold people out in the sun and bad weather, deny entry when they could be making money off you instead of just standing out there doing nothing....they have major ops problems anymore, they dont know what they are doing.

Ayla8 days ago

What's insane is people go along with it...