NEWS! Select Cancelled Disney World Experiences Can Be Rebooked Starting Tomorrow!

Today, we learned that select guests with impacted Disney World dining reservations may begin rebooking tomorrow, June 30th.

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We have also learned that guests with experiences that were cancelled due to Disney World’s temporary closure may begin rebooking tomorrow.

Guests who are able to begin rebooking their reservations are those who had a reservation on or before September 2nd, 2020 that was cancelled as of May 28th. These experiences that are eligible for rebooking tomorrow span the theme parks as well as the resorts, and include reservations at Droid Depot in Galaxy’s Edge, horseback rides at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, and more.

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Beginning tomorrow, guests may begin rebooking these experiences up to 60 days in advance of their arrival. If a guest wishes to rebook, they MUST call Disney and currently cannot rebook online.

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We will continue to monitor this as booking windows open back up tomorrow and will provide any updates as we learn more!

Do you fall into this eligible group of guests who can rebook experiences starting tomorrow? Let us know in the comments!

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4 Replies to “NEWS! Select Cancelled Disney World Experiences Can Be Rebooked Starting Tomorrow!”

  1. It took a few hours to get into the queue for I’m finally in it! I’ve been on hold for 30 minutes and fully expect it to be at least another hour.

  2. How can we rebook when we still don’t know when our resort (Port Orleans Riverside) is going to reopen? We had reservations in August and I am pretty sure we will have to reschedule (to January, the first time we can get off of work again) but we hear things about resort reassignments – if we get that probably everything we wanted for August will be gone by the time we find out. Disney did a rotten job of npotification logistics with respect to what will happen to guests who reserved the less expensive resorts.