Today the Disney Park Pass Reservation System launched today for those guests who were “Disney Resort and other select hotel Guests with valid theme park admission.”
Right now the system is either overwhelmed or not working property. Many are reporting that their “waiting room” countdown clock keeps resetting at 15 mins. or they even go to a blank screen.
— Shelley (@shelbell77) June 22, 2020
If you have been able to make a reservation on Disney World’s new Disney Park Pass system, let me know. And if you haven’t been able to make a reservation, let me know that too.
— Ashley Carter (@AshleyLCarter1) June 22, 2020
Disney park pass took me through countdown and now on blank screen pic.twitter.com/aLXxyyyxm6
— kiki (@kiki61760760) June 22, 2020
Some Are getting through after long waits:
— Austin Gomez (@AustinMckG) June 22, 2020
— Eric Edens (@NerdETweets) June 22, 2020
This person lucked out!
after patiently waiting about 20 minutes on the “in orbit” screen I was able to make it in and make park reservations for each day of my ticket for my August 2020 trip. All parks were still available. Good luck to everyone! #DisneyParkPass
— Lauren Nicole (@ahrens_lauren) June 22, 2020
Just keep on trying if you are wanting to get through.
Currently it’s only for Disney Resort or other select hotel Guests with valid theme park admission.
The rest of the dates are as follows:
- Beginning June 26, 2020, Annual Passholders without a Resort stay can make reservations.
- Beginning June 28, 2020, existing ticket holders can make reservations.
Keep trying, people are getting through, but it’s super frustrating.
What do you think? Comment and let us know!
Source: Walt Disney World, Twitter, A Friend
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