In an exciting development for Annual Passholders, Disney World has announced that it will be eliminating park reservations for certain days. This means that on designated “good-to-go” days, Annual Passholders will have the freedom to enter the theme parks without needing to make a reservation in advance (blockout dates will still apply).

To keep Passholders informed about these good-to-go days, Disney will update the theme park reservation calendar, Annual Passholder admissions calendar, and the My Disney Experience app. These platforms will indicate the days that are designated as good-to-go. Disney says the first set of good-to-go days will be added to the calendars from January 11, 2024.


It’s worth mentioning that the good-to-go days will be added periodically, and Disney may release them days or even weeks in advance.

Outside of the good-to-go days, Walt Disney World Annual Passholders will still be able to enter a theme park without a reservation after 2 p.m., except when visiting Magic Kingdom Park on a Saturday or Sunday (blockout dates apply).

Additionally, as previously announced, Disney World is bringing back the all-day Park Hopper option starting January 9th. This means that Passholders with a Park Hopper ticket or Annual Pass will be able to switch between the parks at any time throughout the day.


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