Are Modifications Allowed With the Disney Park Pass System?

This week, guests with existing Disney World resort reservations and valid theme park admission could begin booking their park reservations with the new Disney Park Pass Reservation System.

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Like with most aspects of a Disney vacation, plans may change, and many guests may be looking to modify those park reservations prior to arrival.

At this time, it appears as though you CANNOT modify any existing Park Pass reservations. If you wish to modify for any reason, you will need to cancel your existing reservation and then book new ones.

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So, for example, if you originally planned on visiting Magic Kingdom on a particular day but instead want to visit EPCOT, you would need to cancel that Magic Kingdom reservation and book an entirely new reservation for EPCOT. Keep in mind that some parks may be fully booked on certain days, so be sure there is availability at the park you wish to visit before you cancel those existing reservations!

Disney Park Pass Reservations

It’s possible that in the future we will see a modification option available to guests with reservations, as we have seen in the past with FastPass+. In building this brand new reservation software it’s possible Disney simply didn’t incorporate a function that allows guests to modify at this time.

We will continue to update you with any new information on the Disney Park Pass system!

Were you able to book a park reservation system this week? Let us know in the comments!

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7 Replies to “Are Modifications Allowed With the Disney Park Pass System?”

    1. Hi Kris! Yes, FastPasses have been temporarily suspended and they have confirmed they will not be using virtual queues.

  1. Sorry, but this whole thing doesn’t sound like fun at all. It will be interesting to hear what people say after they visit the parks.

  2. We were able to make reservations for our 7 day trip in October. We opted for our first and last days to be at MK, 2 days each at Epcot and HS, and 1 day at AK. We are excited!

  3. Exactly how would one ensure there is availability at the park they wished to visit before cancelling an existing park pass? Is there someplace that says “vacancy”? Or does the system allow a person to book a pass for 2 parks simultaneously?