Disney World has announced changes and enhancements to the Disney Park Pass system. The following changes will take place starting on August 23, 2022.
The user interface will be updated across all ticket types for all Walt Disney World guests. This unification of user interface will match systems like those already in use at Disneyland and Disneyland Paris. All guests will now use the same Disney Park Pass system. This is a change from how things happen today where Annual Passholders and multi-day ticket holders use a different interface and system. Existing Park Pass reservations will migrate to the new system without a need for any action by the guest.
Another change is that Park Passes will be tied to a ticket and not a guest. This means that guests can have multiple ticket types (eg. Annual Pass, day ticket) and choose which ticket they would like to assign a Park Pass reservation to.
Guests may book Park Pass reservations for all ticket and pass types in a single transaction. Guests will also be able to book Park Pass reservations for up to 30 guests in a single transaction (the previous limit was 12 guests).
Another big change is that all guests will now have the modify option for their Disney Park Pass reservations. Guests will no longer need to cancel a Park Pass reservation before making a change to their selection.
Guests may also change the email associated with a Disney Park Pass reservation. This means that guests can choose a different email than what is standard for their My Disney Experience account. Changing an email address associated with a single Park Pass reservation does not change the email associated with their My Disney Experience as a whole.
Guests must still make Disney Park Pass reservations via the Disney World website. Disney is not introducing the ability to make or modify Disney Park Pass reservations within the My Disney Experience app.
Disney has not announced any changes to the Disney Park Pass system as it relates to Park Hopping. Also, Disney is not offering any Afternoon or Evening Entry options as we have previously written about. It’s possible that change may come at a later time or not at all.
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