Making a Park Pass Reservation on your My Disney Experience Account in 7 Easy Steps
by Karen Hanzlik
August 8, 2020
So you’re booked and ready to head to Walt Disney World Resort under the new COVID-19 changes? Don’t forget, you now must have a Park Pass Reservation, in addition to your theme park tickets. I’m going to walk you through the steps to be sure you have a reservation so you can get back to the Magic.
If you don’t have a My Disney Experience account, make one! Be sure your theme park tickets and/or package reservations are linked to your account
Select “Make a Park Reservation”. On the app, this will appear on the home screen.
Create your party. Select your family/friends from your list (be sure all members of your party are linked!)
Select date and park. Click the date you’d like to reserve, then the park you’d like to visit. Keep in mind, as of now, you can only visit ONE theme park per day. You may leave the park selected and come back in the same day while you’re there.
Select a time. Even though you can not customize this, Disney has you select the hours. This basically just serves as a reminder of the park hours for that day. Click on the hours and you’ll be taken to the next screen
Review and confirm. This is the MOST important part. Until you complete this step, you will not have a Park Pass. Be sure to click on and read the terms and conditions, including the COVID-19 liability waiver. Check the box, then click ‘Confirm’.
You’re all set! Your Park Pass Reservation should now appear under “My Plans”. You can arrive anytime in the posted hours to that park on that reservation date. Be sure to bring your masks, practice social distancing, and enjoy getting back to the Magic!