Walt Disney World Annual Passholders Will No Longer Need Park Reservations After 2:00 pm

Annual Passholders Park Reservations

In a move that will make many Walt Disney World Annual Passholders very happy soon, there will be a monumental change to the park reservations system. That’s because, in most instances, Walt Disney World Annual Passholders: Park reservation requirements will be removed for visits after 2:00 p.m. Now, there is one small caveat. You will still need to make a park reservation if you are visiting the Magic Kingdom on Saturdays or Sundays. Also, pass blockout dates will continue to apply like they do today.

Disney states that the theme park reservation system still remains important to manage attendance in the theme parks, especially on busier days, they also understand that Passholders enjoy making more spontaneous visits. For example, wanting to be able to pop in in the evenings for dinner. This change will make that possible.

Now, we don’t have an official start date for this change yet, but you can bet that as soon as we learn it, we will share it with you here.

Learn more about the Walt Disney World Annual Passholder program here.

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