NEWS: Disney World Now Only Accepting Reservations for July 1st and Later

With news of Shanghai Disneyland preparing to open soon, all eyes turned to the US Disney Parks, curious to know when we would get re-opening dates for Disney World and Disneyland.

Magic Kingdom

Earlier this week, we learned that Disneyland Resort is no longer accepting reservations until July, and it looks like Disney World is following their lead.

Although Disney World had previously been allowing reservations as early as June 1st, it appears that they are now only accepting reservations beginning in July 2020. When you go to book any date in June, you will see that there is no new availability.

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The earliest you are currently able to book a Disney World Resort hotel is on July 1st.

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Up until today, Disney World had allowed reservations for June 1st and beyond. Thus far, Disney has started cancelling existing reservations through the end of May, and has not yet announced any cancellations for existing June reservations.

Epcot

Currently, the only Disney World property with a confirmed re-opening date is Disney Springs, which will begin its gradual phased re-opening starting on May 20th.

Disney Springs

We will keep you updated as we learn more information!

When would you be comfortable visiting Disney World? Let us know in the comments!

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4 Replies to “NEWS: Disney World Now Only Accepting Reservations for July 1st and Later”

  1. My family currently has a reservation for mid-June. No word from Disney on whether or not it will be cancelled, which is frustrating. We’re DVC members and Annual Passholders, too, so it will take some calculations on our part to decide when rebooking makes sense based upon points and the expiration date of our passes.

    Our family is still willing to go. My daughter and I were there in March right before the resort closed and Disney was doing a great job of posting signs and putting out hand sanitizing and washing stations. I might be naive, but I trust Disney Parks to create a safe environment for guests. They have a reputation to uphold and if they lose public trust, they risk even greater economic hits to the company.

    1. I agree SJW. Disney’s going to do what they need to do to keep the public trust. It’s going to be interesting to see what happens crowd wise. As much as I enjoy going to DW, I don’t think I could enjoy it as much wearing a mask and going thru all the necessary precautions. Hopefully, you’ll get to go in June. It will be an interesting experience.

  2. July 1. They also better let people know soon because we are all mad and frustrated. This is becoming unacceptable.

    1. Agreed. We rescheduled from May to June. At this point I just want to know ANYTHING so we can make other plans for our time off and thousands of dollars they are holding.