• On Sep 26, 2021
    Andrea from Berkshire Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    with the half an hour early entry for hotel guests is there a calendar of which parks this is for on which days as would like to plan park pass reservations to match

    Hi Andrea!

    Your Walt Disney World vacation will be practically perfect if you are staying at a Walt Disney World Resort! Free transportation, early entry to the theme parks, excellent theming, and the fun whimsical pools allow for every moment of your vacation to feel enchanted. My favorite perk is the convenience. I love being so close to the parks we can take an afternoon nap break.

    Good news, Andrea! Fairy Godmothers have been working to make itinerary planning easier, so the Early Theme Park Entry for Resort Guests applies to every park, every day! Yes, you may plan your park days however you wish and enter any park 30 minutes early on any day. Epcot on Monday? You can whisk through the tapstyles half an hour before opening. Magic Kingdom on Monday? You can be headed to Fantasyland 30 minutes before the official rope drop time. So go ahead and book those Disney Park Pass Reservations in any order you desire.

    Enjoy your extra morning time with Mickey!

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