Prepare for a Long WAIT for Your Disneyland Park Reservation

We’re getting closer to the grand reopening of Disneyland Resort’s theme parks, and we are EXCITED!

Disneyland Entrance

We’ve been purchasing park tickets, checking out the lists of all the available attractions and food options, and now it’s finally time to make our reservations. With new health and safety procedures, guests are required to reserve their visit in advance (much like at Disney World), but if you’re trying to do that today, well…you’re in for the long haul!

We logged on today to make our park reservations and were greeted with this screen, informing us that we’ll be waiting a WHILE before we get to book our day at Disneyland.

Screenshot from Disney website ©Disney

We were prepared for a wait after our experience with getting tickets to the ticketed event, A Touch of Disney, but decided to also open up the virtual queue on our phone. And, when we did we were surprised to see that there was quite a discrepancy in wait times — our phone said we’d only wait 26 minutes and quickly jumped down to only 2 minutes!

Screenshot from Disney website on mobile device ©Disney

Once the countdown was over and it was our turn, we entered the “waiting room” but still had a waiting screen for a few more minutes that said, “Due to high demand, this is taking longer than expected.”

Screenshot from Disney website on mobile device ©Disney

By the time that we landed in the second waiting room on our phones, the webpage that we had pulled up on our computer was down to a 23-minute wait. But, we managed to get in on our mobile device after about 5 minutes in the waiting room!

Once in, we went through the four-step process of selecting our valid tickets, creating our party, choosing a date to visit, and then confirming the reservation!

Screenshot from Disney website on mobile device ©Disney

All in all, the process of getting our park pass reservations was much easier than the virtual queue for A Touch of Disney tickets! We’ll make sure to keep you updated on any more details that you need to know about Disneyland’s reopening and everything that has changed, so stay tuned to AllEars!

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One Reply to “Prepare for a Long WAIT for Your Disneyland Park Reservation”

  1. Hello! Would you happen to have any insight / information about how long the Park Hopper tickets are good for after the first day of use? (For example, a 3-day park hopper that is used on May 7th- how long do I have to use the remaining 2 days on the ticket?). Thank you!