Disney World is Encouraging Guests to Link Reservations to My Disney Experience In Preparation for the Upcoming Reservation System

With the grand reopening of Disney World less than one month away, guests with upcoming reservations should start preparing now for a whole new Disney experience, including the new theme park reservation system.

Yacht and Beach Club Resorts on Crescent Lake

In anticipation of this reservation system, which may be around for quite some time, Disney is urging guests to connect with My Disney Experience well ahead of their arrival.

Disney is sending a digital flyer to guests with reservations on the steps needed for your valid theme park admission to be fully synced with My Disney Experience to be “in the know” when it comes to the theme park reservation system as well as other important resources.

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In order to be fully linked into My Disney Experience, the guests must register or sign into StartYourDisneyExperience.com, where they can create or start using their My Disney Experience Account. From there, the guest must link their reservation to My Disney Experience via their Resort Confirmation Number.

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Finally, the guest must have their Walt Disney World ticket or pass linked to My Disney Experience. As a reminder, you need BOTH valid park admission as well as a confirmed reservation to enter the theme parks. Be sure that everyone in your party has both of these criteria for the days in which you would like to visit the parks!

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From there, you’re all set until you hear more from Disney regarding the theme park reservation system. But it seems like Disney wants to make sure everyone who wants a reservation has their valid admission already hooked up to My Disney Experience as early as possible!

Do you have upcoming travel plans to go to Disney World? Have you synced up your valid theme park admission to My Disney Experience yet? Let us know in the comments!

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4 Replies to “Disney World is Encouraging Guests to Link Reservations to My Disney Experience In Preparation for the Upcoming Reservation System”

  1. Our Platinum Passes haven’t had their dates updated yet?

    Not sure I am for or against the reservation system. Disney is seriously dropping the ball on having absolutely ZERO released on this new requirement. Our vacation was moved from June to August but still no information whatsoever from Disney. Walt come back and teach Bob how to do his job.

  2. I looked at My Disney Experience today. It now lists my tickets as valid through 31 Dec 2030, previously they were set to expire on 31 Dec 2020. Anyone else seeing this?

  3. Yes. We rescheduled out trip from early May, until the end of August – First week of September. Just prior to school starting. We have a split stay. Yacht Club (Hope by then SAB) grandson’s first time at SAB I hope it should be open. Then Kidani Village. We have a Faux Bet, going. See who passes out first, from the heat & humidity, while wearing our face coverings – just joking. I think our plan will be, out early to the parks as we always have done. Then be spending more pool time at the resorts. I’ll let you know who wins.