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  • On Apr 24, 2022
    Jim from NJ Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Just clarifying. we can book our park reservations as well as meal and other events at 60 days out, correct?

    Hey Howdy Hey Jim and welcome to planDisney! 

    With four theme parks, two water parks, an entertainment district in Disney Springs and so much more, it is a great idea to get a beat on planning your trip early. Thank you so much for your question in clarifying the 60-day rule for reservations as this one comes up a lot. This can mean so much for your trip to understand the timelines Disney has set for making reservations and I am so happy to help you clarify this!

    The 60-day rule applies to making reservations for Guests staying onsite at a Disney Resort Collection hotel. As long as you are, this rule applies to you! 60-days from your date of arrival, you will be able to make advanced dining reservations at locations throughout Walt Disney World Resort. You will also have the ability to book many options from Disney's Enchanting Extras Collection as well. Most of these you will be able to book online, other than some specifically noted on the Enchanting Extras which you will have to call a specific number listed online. 

    About Theme Park Reservations through Disney Park Pass Reservation System, you should be able to do this now! As long as you have your tickets purchased, or your down payment for your vacation package, you should be able to make a reservation for the theme parks. I would try and do this one as soon as possible as they do tend to fill up quickly, especially these days! 

    One tip I have when it comes to booking your advanced dining reservations at the 60-day mark comes with technicalities. This rule is 60-days plus 10. This means that on your 60-day from your date of arrival, you can make reservations for that date and 10 days in the future from that date. This should cover your entire stay as long as it is 10 days or less. I would try to book your dining reservations from the last day of your reservation to the first, as you should have more options later compared to earlier. Get those highly anticipated reservations first and then work backward! 

    I hope this helped to clear up the 60-day rule and try to get your Theme Park Reservations soon! Good luck with your continued planning and feel free to reach out at any time with any other questions, we are happy to help!

    Happy Planning, 

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Meet the Panelist: Nick, Ohio

Hey howdy hey, I’m Nick! My happy place will always be Walt Disney World Resort and is where we call “Home”, but we do vacation exclusively in Cincinnati, Ohio for most of the year. My happily ever after is shared with my 3 girls, my beautiful wife and my career in Physical Therapy. I love any excuse to talk about Walt Disney World Resort and am so excited to help you discover the Magic of the Resort. Learn More About Nick

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