Cinderella Castle 50th Night
  • On Jan 19, 2022
    David from OH Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    While making park reservations our annual passes can only hold 5 reservations at a time. We have a guest that is coming with us that has only regular daily tickets and those can have more than 5 reservations at a time.

    Hiya David - welcome to planDisney!

    It's great that your crew is escaping our Ohio winter wonderland for some sunshine and pixie dust! You're visiting during the Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary Celebration and I can't wait for you to experience all that entails - exciting new food and beverage, brand new attractions, new nighttime fireworks spectaculars, and so much more!

    The Walt Disney World Resort's Park Pass Reservation System is a great way to ensure all Guests have a safe and magical experience when visiting the four Theme Parks. You are correct that Annual Passes do currently have limits to the number of reservations that can be held at one time. This limit is rolling, which means that after you use one, you can immediately make a new one. Also, be sure to keep an eye out for a yellow star on certain dates on the calendar when making Park Pass Reservations. These are dates with Bonus Reservations available for select Theme Parks exclusively for Annual Passholders, and they don't count toward your limit - hoorays!

    For your Guest with regular tickets, one Park Pass Reservation can be made for each day of their multi-day ticket. Keep in mind that availability can differ for Annual Passes compared to standard multi-day tickets.

    Are you staying at a Disney Resorts Collection hotel during your visit? If so, you are able to make Park Pass reservations for the entire length of your stay, and those reservations don't count toward your Annual Passes limit. To do so, just make sure your Resort hotel reservation is properly linked to your My Disney Experience account, and ensure all Guests staying in the room are also linked to the reservation. Once that's squared away, simply click the "Book Park Reservation for Hotel Guest" link when initiating your Park Pass Reservation and you'll be on your way!

    I hope this helps your planning a bit - if any other questions come up please don't hesitate to reach out to me!

    Ryan J.
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Meet the Panelist: Ryan, Ohio

Hi, everyone! I’m Ryan from Ohio and am so happy that you’re here! By day (and most nights and weekends), I'm a business professor mentoring the next generation of leaders. In my free time I love outdoor activities and traveling with my family and friends, scarfing down ice cream, and, of course, all things Disney! I can’t wait to help your crew plan a magical Walt Disney World Resort vacation! Learn More About Ryan

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