NEWS: Disney World Begins Cancelling Reservations for Early June

Earlier this month, guests with existing reservations for both Disney World and Disneyland in mid to late May began receiving notifications from Disney regarding cancellations.

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Now, guests with reservations for early June have begun receiving notification that their reservations have been cancelled.

Due to the extended closures, guests with reservations in early June are starting to receive notices from Disney indicating that their trips will be impacted. Guests with bookings during those dates may now have the option to modify or cancel those reservations.

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At this time, reservations for both Disney World and Disneyland are currently available for July 1st, 2020 and beyond, although Disney has confirmed that this does not mean that a July re-opening is guaranteed.

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Currently, Disney Springs plans to begin a phased, gradual re-opening of their third-party locations on May 20th, with Disney-owned retail and restaurant locations set to open the following week. At this time, the rest of Walt Disney World Resort does not have a confirmed re-opening date.

We will continue to bring updates as more information develops on the re-opening of the Disney Parks.

Have you had reservations for Disney World or Disneyland that were impacted by the closures? Let us know in the comments.

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4 Replies to “NEWS: Disney World Begins Cancelling Reservations for Early June”

  1. My reservations are June 6 through the 13th, they haven’t cancelled it yet, so there is still a tiny bit of hope sparking. Although, we won’t go if masks are required, way too hot in Florida for that, so I’ll probably be cancelling anyway, but need to be sure first.

  2. I understand the precautions need to be made, I have a vacation scheduled for early September, I have reservations if we will go if the parks do decide to exclude fireworks, & shows. This is part of the magical experience . We are looking forward to this vacation, wearing mask is fine, I would expect this, But I do not want to exclude any thing the parks normally have to offer.

  3. Originally had a May reservation, changed it to June 1 when they made the last announcement, just got canceled for June. Rebooked for next year. Didn’t get any special offers for being impacted twice.

  4. Yes, and if you had already re-booked into June from earlier and got to take advantage of the free dining, you don’t get to take that nice free dining offer with you when you have to re-book again. Not quite fair.