Mickey and Minnie Statues in Front of Fireworks
  • On Aug 22, 2022
    Shannon from CT Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I have an AP. Looking to book with a good neighbor hotel that allows early entry ( i saw the list). My question is: if i book at a good neighbor hotel how do I link this on MDE/website to allow for resort AP reservations vs my AP 5 slots

    Welcome to planDisney, Shannon!

    Thanks for dropping by with your question. Isn't being a Walt Disney World Annual Passholder just the bee's knees? With an entire year of adventure waiting for you in the parks, great discounts on dining and shopping, and Passholder-exclusive events and merchandise, you don't need a magic amulet –– you've already got "Friends on the Other Side"!

    I'm happy to report that as a Guest of a Walt Disney World Good Neighbor Hotel, you'll be able to book your Disney Park Pass reservations as an Annual Passholder Guest staying at a Disney Resort or select hotels.  But before you can do this, you'll need to link your hotel reservation to your My Disney Experience account.  It's quick and easy –– here's what you'll need to do:

    1. Navigate to the Walt Disney World website and sign in using your Disney Account credentials.
    2. Hover over the "My Disney Experience" tab and select "My Plans" from the drop-down menu.
    3. Under the blue "Resort Hotel" circle, click "Link a Reservation".
    4. Enter your hotel confirmation number and the last name on the reservation, then continue following the onscreen prompts to finish adding the reservation to your account.

    Once your reservation has been added, you'll be ready to make your Disney Park Pass reservations for your upcoming visit. You can do this right from your computer while you have the website open or by using the My Disney Experience mobile app.  If you need to modify your theme park reservations at any point after they've been made, you can do that in the same spot, as well.  And since you'll be visiting during a very popular time of year, I recommend making your theme park reservations as soon as possible.  As the date approaches, I wouldn't be surprised to see reservations fill up, especially for Magic Kingdom Park.  For the best park availability, it's always best to book sooner rather than later.

    Thanks so much for visiting planDisney, Shannon.  If you need to "Dig a Little Deeper" as your Walt Disney World Resort visit approaches, feel free to stop by with another question –– we're always here to help!

    See Ya Real Soon,
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