DisneyWorld to Cancel Fastpass, Dining Reservations and More
Thursday, as part of its reopening plan, Walt DisneyWorld is planning to suspend existing dining, dining plan, and Fastpass+ reservations that guests have made for future visits this year.
DisneyWorld presented its plans to the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force this week and is now pending approval.
Disney’s Magic Kingdom, along with Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park will begin their first phased reopening on July 11.
Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios will reopen July 15 but will require advance reservations to visit.
At this time, new ticket sales are currently paused. Only existing ticket holders and Annual Passholders will be able to make reservation requests. New details on this will be released soon.
Also at this time, new reservations at Disney Resort hotels are currently paused, with the exception of existing reservations (Disney Vacation Club Members) that can still make new reservations.
Lastly, all existing dining reservations, Disney dining plans included in packages, are canceled through the end of 2020. New reservations can be made closer to the park’s reopening date, with booking windows from 180 days to 60 days.
For more information, you can visit DisneyWorld.com/Updates for the latest news on operations, including details on how to change plans.