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Walt Disney World dropping Theme Park Reservation Requirement for Passholders on select days in 2024

Walt Disney World have revealed that on certain days of the week starting next year, Annual Passholder will not be required to make a theme park reservation.

Walt Disney World to drop Theme Park Reservation Requirement for Passholders on Select Days in 2024

Finally, Walt Disney World are dropping the theme park reservation requirement for annual passholders (and Cast Members), but only on certain dates, and not until next year!

Annual Passholders and Cast Members will have “good-to-go days,” which will vary, and on these days you can enter without reservations.

Once this is introduced in January 2024, Disney will continue to roll out "good-to-go days" on an ongoing basis.

Here’s the announcement from Disney detailing the new “good-to-go” program:

In 2024, we plan to offer select days on which our Annual Passholders* and Disney cast members may visit Walt Disney World theme parks without needing a park reservation. Once introduced, we will roll out these good-to-go days on an ongoing basis. This will be in addition to the recent update which offers Passholders the opportunity to visit the theme parks after 2 p.m. without needing a park reservation, except on Saturdays and Sundays at Magic Kingdom Park. Good-to-go days may vary by park, and pass block out dates and capacity limitations continue to apply like they do today. Please stay tuned for more details on good-to-go days.

Walt Disney World to drop Theme Park Reservation Requirement for Passholders on Select Days in 2024

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