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  • On Nov 16, 2022
    Sarina from FL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi! I am a FL resident. Can you please clarify the pixie dust pass regarding making “3 park reservations” Does this mean making reservations for 3 days in a row? Or you can only go 3 times a year? Or you can only go to 3 parks in a day? Thank you

    Hi there, Sarina - welcome to planDisney!

    Mickey and his pals have many Special Offers for Florida Residents, and the Disney Pixie Dust Pass is a great example. This unique Annual Pass is exclusively available to Florida Residents and is a great option for Guests who want to visit the Theme Parks primarily on weekdays. Currently, this pass has blockout dates on most weekends, around major holidays, and other busier times in the Theme Parks. For that reason, this pass has an amazing price - I think it's one of the best values out there if you qualify! Plus, you can always purchase Standard or Florida Resident Theme Park Tickets if you want to visit on dates that are blocked out on your pass!

    In order to enter a Walt Disney World Resort Theme Park, a Guest needs valid admission media (usually a Theme Park Ticket or Annual Pass valid for use on that date), and a Park Pass Reservation for the Theme Park they want to visit. For the Disney Pixie Dust Pass, you are able to hold up to three Park Pass Reservations at one time, on a rolling basis. They do not have to be for consecutive days, and once you use one of them, you'll have the ability to make a new one for another future date.

    A good example of this would be if you wanted to visit the parks every Monday for four weeks. You would make Park Pass Reservations for the first, second, and third Monday, which would take you to your Disney Pixie Dust Pass limit. Then, once you enter a Theme Park on that first Monday, effectively "using" one of your three reservations, you'd then be free to make a new Park Pass Reservation for that remaining fourth Monday visit!

    There are also a couple of ways to hold additional Park Pass Reservations. First, if you are staying at a Disney Resorts Collection hotel, you can make a Park Pass Reservation for each day of your stay and these will not count towards your normal limit of three. There are also Bonus Reservations available on the calendar from time to time. If you select one of these, it also won't count towards your limit of holding three Park Pass Reservations!

    Currently, all Annual Passes allow Park Hopping, meaning you would be eligible to visit the Theme Park you have a Park Pass Reservation for, and you can then also visit other available Theme Parks after 2 p.m. that same day! Hopping to those other parks later in the day does not currently require a separate Park Pass Reservation.

    I hope this information is helpful, but if you still have additional questions, please follow up with another question, Sarina!

    Ryan J.
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