There are many perks to being a Disney World Annual Passholder including exclusive discounts, private entrances, special souvenirs, and more.
Annual Passes are currently on sale again, but are limited and could sell out at any moment. Park pass rules recently changed allowing Passholders into the parks after 2PM reservation which may sway some visitors to purchase an Annual Pass. Now, we’ve got another update on park passes for Annual Passholders, and this one is BIG.
Disney World just announced Good To Go Days for Annual Passholders and Cast Members starting in 2024! This means that on certain days, these visitors will NOT need park pass reservations to get into the parks. Availability may depend on the park and regular blockout dates will still apply.
To find out which days are “Good To Go Days” you can check the Passholder and Cast Member calendar. They will be noted the same way that blockout dates are currently shown.
So what about that recent park pass change for Passholders after 2PM? This rule is sticking around as well. On days that do not apply for the Good To Go Days, Annual Passholders will still be able to get into the parks without a park pass after 2PM. Remember, the 2PM rule applies to all parks and days except for Magic Kingdom on Saturdays and Sundays.
This isn’t the only major news that Disney announced today — catch up on the latest news below!
- BREAKING: Disney Dining Plan RETURN DATE ANNOUNCED!
- BREAKING: Disney World REMOVES Park Pass Requirement For Most Tickets in 2024!
- NEWS: Genie+ Will Get EASIER With These Updates in Disney World!
- DATE REVEALED for the Opening of 2024 Disney World Vacation Bookings
- NEWS: Popular Hotel Perks in Disney World Will Be Extended Through 2024!
This change doesn’t have an exact date just yet, but we’ll continue to keep you updated as we learn more. Stay tuned to AllEars for the latest Disney news!
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