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Our Disney Reservation Calculator is a simple tool to determine when to book your Advanced Dining Reservations for your next Disney vacation.
When booking a Walt Disney World vacation, trying to figure out when to make your reservations can be confusing. That said, Disney has streamlined the process since re-opening after the Covid shutdowns. We have created a Disney Dining Reservation Calculator so you will know when to book your dining reservation.
Just enter the date you arrive at the park and let the Disney Reservation Calculator do the math for you!
Visiting Walt Disney World During the Covid-19 Pandemic
Please be aware that certain parks, hotels, restaurants, and experiences may be modified, limited, or unavailable at this time.
Note that Disney’s Dining Plans have been suspended (for now). FastPass+ has been replaced with paid Disney Genie+, and pay-per-ride Lightning Lane passes. Extra Magic Hours has been replaced with Early Theme Park Entry. Contact your Disney travel agentfor the latest information.
- Advance Dining Reservations can be made up to 60 days before your arrival.
- Advance reservations for recreation, the Enchanting Extras Collection, and other Disney experiences can also be made up to 60 days in advance.
Note: Disney Resort hotel Guests are able to make their reservations up to 60 days in advance PLUS the length of their stay (up to 10 days).
Disney has implemented a series of health and safety measures during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, including:
Disney Park Pass System
In order to promote physical distancing and manage attendance, Disney requires that all theme park reservations are made via the Disney Park Pass system. All Guests ages three and older must have a park reservation – and a valid admission for the same park on the same date as the reservation – in order to enter. Limit one park per day.
Update 2023: Face coverings are optional for Guests in both outdoor and indoor locations, as well as on Disney transportation. Face coverings are not permitted while using water slides or while in the water.
Why book your Disney reservations so far in advance?
As the saying goes, the early bird catches the worm. This motto is especially true for Disney vacations because of the limited availability at some of Disney World’s most popular attractions.
Restaurant seating, hotels, and popular rides can fill up quickly, especially during the busiest times of the year. Therefore, it’s important to plan ahead and book your reservations as early as possible.
If you want some free help with your reservations, you can always use a Disney Travel Planner to help you get those early reservations.
Disney Reservation Calculator Timeline
WDW allows you to make advance reservations for lodging, dining, and other various activities around the park.
As part of our Disney Reservation Calculator, use our Advance Dining Reservations calculator to determine when to book your dining and in-park reservations.
Here’s a timeline to help guide you through the Disney Reservation Calculator as you decide when to book certain aspects of your trip.
Update: Advance Dining Reservation can be made up to 60 days (not 180 days) prior to your arrival. Additionally, the Disney Dining Plan has been suspended until further notice. Stay tuned for more updates as 2023 progresses.
Disney Advance Dining Reservations Calculator
Update: Advance Dining Reservation can be made up to 60 days (not 180 days) prior to your arrival. Additionally, the Disney Dining Plan has been suspended until further notice. Stay tuned for more updates as 2021 progresses.
To understand the Advance Dining Reservations calculator, it’s important to first understand how ADRs work. If you are not familiar with the process, the following information will help you get started.
What are Advance Dining Reservations?
Disney’s Advance Dining Reservation System (ADR) allows you to make dining reservations at Disney World’s table service restaurants.
Advance Dining Reservations can be made by any Walt Disney World guest, including those staying off Disney property.
There are literally hundreds of dining options throughout Disney World – ranging from upscale, casual, family, and themed restaurants – and plenty of dinner shows and character dining events to choose from.
The benefit of making Advance Dining Reservations (ADRs)
It can be a challenge just to walk into a full-service restaurant and expect to get seated, even during the low season. So if fine dining and character dining is a top priority on your Disney vacation wish list, plan on making your ADRs as soon as you are eligible to do so.
To start with, consider booking Advance Dining Reservations for a few hard-to-get table service restaurants – and maybe one character dining experience – when your 180-day (update: this has changed to 60 DAYS during COVID) window opens. Don’t worry if you are unable or unwilling to book all your dining at 180 days (update: this has changed to 60 DAYS during COVID).
Unless you are going to Disney World during the busiest times of the year, you should still be able to book at least a few table-service restaurants as your departure nears.
Also, keep in mind that Disney World has plenty of quick-service dining options that don’t require reservations. One thing is for sure – you will never go hungry at Disney!
Booking your Advance Dining Reservations (ADRs)
Secure your table at some of Disney’s most popular restaurants by booking your Advance Dining Reservations. On-site Disney Resort Guests can make ADRs 180-days before their check-in date (update: this has changed to 60 DAYS during COVID) and can book them for up to 10 days past their check-in date. Off-site Guests can make their ADRs for each day at 180-days (update: this has changed to 60 DAYS during COVID) of their arrival date. Use the Advance Dining Reservations calculator to determine the dates on which you’re eligible to book your selections.
You can make dining reservations online, by calling (407) WDW-DINE or (407) 939-3463. The Disney Reservation Center phone line is available between 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM, Mon-Fri, and 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM Sat and Sun. Online booking starts at 6:00 AM EST.
Another great option is to book your Disney World vacation through a reputable Disney travel agent. We highly recommend The Vacationeerfor all your Disney travel needs. They are helpful and efficient, and their assistance is completely free of charge!
Which Restaurants are eligible for ADVs?
Advance Dining Reservations can be made at restaurants in Disney Springs, the 4 Disney World theme parks, and at Disney Resort hotels. ADRs can also be made for dinner shows and special dining events. Keep in mind that Disney World lounges and quick-service restaurants do not take ADRs.
For the complete list of Walt Disney World restaurants that accept Advanced Dining Reservations, click here.
Best Restaurants for Disney Reservations
Our favorite WDW restaurants include:
Be Our Guest Restaurant, Magic Kingdom – This ornate French eatery with a Beauty & the Beast theme offers quick-service lunches and sit-down dinners.
California Grill, Disney’s Contemporary Resort – Contemporary Resort’s premier restaurant is a great spot to watch the fireworks and offers breathtaking views of the park.
Chef Mickey’s, Disney’s Contemporary Resort- Popular breakfast & dinner buffet restaurant with special visits from Mickey and friends.
Cinderella’s Royal Table, Magic Kingdom – This Cinderella-themed eatery is set in a room that resembles a medieval castle’s banquet hall.
Flame Tree Barbeque, Animal Kingdom – Relaxing BBQ featuring an outdoor pavilion with amazing views of Animal Kingdom.
Hollywood Brown Derby, Disney’s Hollywood Studios – Retro dining establishment with fantastic caricatures of old-time celebrities on the wall.
Le Cellier, Canada Pavilion at World Showcase, Epcot – Steaks are a specialty at this top-notch table service dining establishment
‘Ohana, Polynesian Village Resort – All-you-can-eat, American-style (with a Polynesian twist) buffet for breakfast and dinner.
Teppan Edo, Japan Pavilion at World Showcase, Epcot – Guests are seated around the teppanyaki grills as skilled chefs prepare your meal in front of you.
The Boathouse, The Landing, Disney Springs – Upscale waterfront dining experience featuring steaks and seafood, Amphicar tours, Italian water taxi tours, and live music.
Via Napoli, Italy Pavilion at World Showcase, Epcot – Amazing pizza! Need we say more?
There are over 140 restaurants operating within Disney World. Most of them are fantastic! We recommend that you spend some time reviewing all your dining options before making your Advanced Dining Reservations. Start your research by reading TripAdvisor/Yelp reviews, or by speaking with a Disney World travel agent about your best options. Then just type the date of your trip into the dining calculator to see when you can begin making your ADRs.
Disney recently introduced two types of paid “lightning lane” access options as part of the new Disney Genie app.
Guests who wish to utilize shorter ride queues (Lightning Lanes) will need to pay $15 ($20 at Disneyland) for the Disney Genie+ service. It essentially functions the same way the FastPass+ system used to work.
Guests can select a ride and a time using the Disney Genie app. There are over 40 rides to choose from and only 1 reservation can be made at a time.
Reservations can be made starting at 7 a.m. on the day of your visit to Disney World (or once the park opens at Disneyland).
Guests will be able to make their next reservation once the prior reservation is used (or expired/missed) or if 120 minutes have passed since making the previous reservation, Disney park hoppers will be able to use Disney Genie+ can be utilized at multiple parks on the same day (if you have the Park Hopper option).
Individual Lightning Lane Passes
Lightning Lane passes are related to Disney Genie+ but it’s a separate expense entirely.
An individual Lightning Lane Pass allows a guest to use the Lightning Lane entrance at one of Disney World’s highest-demand attractions. Lightning Lane Passes are available on a pay-per-ride basis. Guests are allowed up to two passes per day. Those staying at a Disney World property can make their first reservation starting at 7 AM on the day of the visit, or once the park opens if they are staying off-property.
Guests aren’t allowed to choose the same attraction for both of their selections.
The 4 attractions for Lightning Lane passes are Seven Dwarfs Mine Trains, Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, and Avatar Flight of Passage. These are subject to change.
low to see which Disney rides are included with Disney Genie+ and which Disney attractions are only available on a pay-per-ride basis as Individual Lightning Lane Access passes.
|Attraction||Disney Theme Park||Included in Disney Genie+||Purchase Individual Lightning Lane Entry|
|Big Thunder Mountain Railroad||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Dumbo the Flying Elephant||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Haunted Mansion||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|“it’s a small world”||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Jungle Cruise||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Mad Tea Party||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Meet Ariel at Her Grotto||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Meet Cinderella and a Visiting Princess at Princess Fairytale Hall||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Meet Mickey at Town Square Theater||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Meet Princess Tiana and a Visiting Princess at Princess Fairytale Hall||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Mickey’s PhilharMagic||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Peter Pan’s Flight||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Pirates of the Caribbean||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Seven Dwarfs Mine Train||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Space Mountain||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|The Barnstormer||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|The Magic Carpets of Aladdin||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Tomorrowland Speedway||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Under the Sea ~ Journey of The Little Mermaid||Magic Kingdom||✓|
|Disney and Pixar Short Film Festival||EPCOT||✓|
|Frozen Ever After||EPCOT||✓|
|Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind||EPCOT||✓|
|Journey into Imagination with Figment||EPCOT||✓|
|Living with the Land||EPCOT||✓|
|Mission: SPACE – Green||EPCOT||✓|
|Mission: SPACE – Orange||EPCOT||✓|
|Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure||EPCOT||✓|
|Soarin' Around the World||EPCOT||✓|
|The Seas with Nemo & Friends||EPCOT||✓|
|Turtle Talk with Crush||EPCOT||✓|
|Alien Swirling Saucers||Disney's Hollywood Studios||✓|
|Beauty and the Beast Live on Stage||Disney's Hollywood Studios||✓|
|Disney Junior Play & Dance!||Disney's Hollywood Studios||✓|
|For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration||Disney's Hollywood Studios||✓|
|Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular||Disney's Hollywood Studios||✓|
|Meet Olaf at Celebrity Spotlight||Disney's Hollywood Studios||✓|
|Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway||Disney's Hollywood Studios||✓|
|Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run||Disney's Hollywood Studios||✓|
|Muppet*Vision 3D||Disney's Hollywood Studios||✓|
|Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith||Disney's Hollywood Studios||✓|
|Slinky Dog Dash||Disney's Hollywood Studios||✓|
|Star Tours - The Adventures Continue||Disney's Hollywood Studios||✓|
|Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance||Disney's Hollywood Studios||✓|
|The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror™||Disney's Hollywood Studios||✓|
|Toy Story Mania!||Disney's Hollywood Studios||✓|
|Avatar Flight of Passage||Disney's Animal Kingdom Park||✓|
|Festival of the Lion King||Disney's Animal Kingdom Park||✓|
|DINOSAUR||Disney's Animal Kingdom Park||✓|
|Expedition Everest - Legend of the Forbidden Mountain||Disney's Animal Kingdom Park||✓|
|Feathered Friends in Flight!||Disney's Animal Kingdom Park||✓|
|Finding Nemo: The Big Blue...and Beyond!||Disney's Animal Kingdom Park||✓|
|It’s Tough to Be a Bug!||Disney's Animal Kingdom Park||✓|
|Kali River Rapids||Disney's Animal Kingdom Park||✓|
|Kilimanjaro Safaris||Disney's Animal Kingdom Park||✓|
|Meet Favorite Disney Pals at Adventurers Outpost||Disney's Animal Kingdom Park||✓|
|Naʻvi River Journey||Disney's Animal Kingdom Park||✓|
|The Animation Experience at Conservation Station||Disney's Animal Kingdom Park||✓|
We hope our Disney Reservation Calculator has helped you organize and prioritize your Walt Disney Vacation.
For more useful Disney World information, please review additional pages on MagicGuides, such as our helpful Disney World for Couples, Disney Dining Plan Calculator, Disney World Map, Disney Transportation Map,Disney Planning Timeline and Disney Travel Planners articles.
If you need help planning and booking your magical Walt Disney World vacation, contact our friends atThe Vacationeer. Their services are always helpful and totally free of charge! Click HERE for a free, no-obligation price quote.
Thank you for reading our page, and we hope you have a magical Walt Disney World vacation!
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How much does Disney charge if you don't show up for a reservation? ›
As noted earlier, Disney charges a per-person penalty if you fail to show up for a reservation the day of the meal. A $10 no-show fee is enforced at all Disney sit-down restaurants.Can you go to a Disney park without a reservation after 2PM? ›
You don't need a parks pass reservation for any parks you visit after 2PM after you visit your first park, however you do need to start your day at that first park with a parks pass reservation. You cannot simply show up at any park after 2PM if you haven't first used a park pass reservation to visit a park.How far out are Disney reservations? ›
Mike, you are able to begin booking theme park reservations up to 120 days in advance. Keep in mind that reservations are subject to availability. I highly recommend you begin booking your reservations as close to that 120 day mark as possible, especially since you want to visit in October.What happens if you miss your Disney park reservation? ›
What happens if I miss a Disney Park reservation? Whether you have a regular theme park ticket or an Annual Pass, if you miss a Disney Park reservation at Disney World, you won't be penalized in any way. But, Disney does encourage you to either cancel or modify your reservation if you know you won't make it.Will Disney let me in without reservation? ›
Before you can visit a theme park, you must have valid park admission AND you must have a theme park reservation for each day of entry. If you have a multi-day ticket, you will be required to make a theme park reservation for each date of your visit.What do I do if my Disney reservation is sold out? ›
- Keep refreshing. The system is live and people cancel reservations all the time. ...
- Upgrade to Park Hopper tickets. If another park shows available, you can make a park reservation for that park. ...
- Change your ticket dates.
Get a Head Start on the Fun
You do not need a park reservation or additional ticket to enter the park at or after 7:00 PM. When you arrive early, you'll have extra time to enjoy attractions and entertainment. Plus, you can witness the wonder of Disney Enchantment, the nighttime spectacular at Magic Kingdom park!
Beginning April 18, Walt Disney World Annual Passholders will be able to visit the theme parks after 2 p.m. without needing a park reservation, except on Saturdays and Sundays at Magic Kingdom Park. Pass blockout dates will continue to apply like they do today.Do Disney reservations open up day of? ›
Disneyland opens up reservation blocks throughout the time leading up to the actual park day. Guests will also often cancel a couple of days before the day they have reservations for. This is a frustrating process which is why you should be ready to make your reservations as far in advance as possible.What time do Disney reservations go up? ›
Reservation availability for select Walt Disney World restaurants typically begins each day at approximately 5:45 AM.
How far in advance should you make Disney World reservations? ›
We highly recommend that you make your theme park reservation as soon as you complete your ticket purchase, as availability can change until the theme park reservation is finalized.Can reservations open up Disney? ›
If you're staying at a Disney Resorts Collection hotel, you can begin making your dining reservations 60 days ahead of your check-in date for the entire length of your stay (up to 10 days). Otherwise, all Guests can make dining reservations up to 60 days in advance of the date they plan to dine.Is there a penalty for Cancelling Disney reservation? ›
All table service locations at Walt Disney World resort (including operating participants) will charge a cancellation fee of $10 per person if the cancellation isn't made at least one day in advance.How many times can I cancel a Disney reservation? ›
You've brought us a great question! I'm here to let you know that there is no limit to the number of times you can cancel a theme park ticket reservation. As a courtesy, it is recommended that you cancel a reservation if you are not going to be able to visit on that reserved day.What happens if I don't show up for my Disney reservation magic key? ›
At this time, the Magic Key no-show policy is enforced if a Passholder misses three reservations in a 90-day period. When that happens, the Passholder will not be able to book new park reservations until after 30 days have passed. Hopefully, it doesn't come to that.What is this pass has reached its theme park reservations limit? ›
The error message you're receiving stating that the pass has reached its theme park reservation limit means that this particular ticket is maxed out for park reservations. If you purchased your tickets via the Disneyland Resort Website, you would have already made reservations at the time of your purchase.Can you buy Disneyland tickets at the gate without a reservation? ›
If you're going to be visiting the Disneyland Resort and you're wondering if,” can you buy Disneyland Tickets at the Gate?” I have a very quick answer for you: yes! Disneyland tickets can be purchased at the gate by visiting any box office that's located near the park gates, about a 30 second walk from each park.Do people sell their Disney reservations? ›
Park reservations (or park passes) are required for every day of your trip, and are subject to availability so they may sell out.Do sold out Disney items come back? ›
New and replenished merchandise can appear on shopDisney at any time so be sure to check out New Arrivals. Stay in Touch with what's news by signing up for emails or follow shopDisney on your favorite social media channel.Does Disney run out of tickets? ›
All Disney World guests are still required to obtain a valid Park ticket and Park Pass for the park they wish to visit in order to enter. When all Park Passes for a particular day sell out, that's IT — no more visiting Disney World on that day (unless availability changes).
Can you get into Disney after 2PM? ›
If you don't have a parks pass reservation for any park, you can't visit the parks at all, even after 2PM.How much does tinkerbell get paid to fly? ›
While these rules seem extreme, they're put in place for a reason: to keep things as magical as possible for guests. The pay is awesome. It's rumored that Tink gets paid around $500 per flight across the Magic Kingdom's sky, which isn't bad for 30 seconds of work, if you ask us.What time of year is Disney World cheapest? ›
As a rule, January, February, August, and September are the cheapest seasons, as long as you avoid any holidays in those months. November and December are also good, though the discounts are not quite as deep.What is the 120 minute rule at Disney? ›
The "120-minute rule" allows you to book a Genie+ LL for later in the day -- but if it's more than 120 minutes away, you don't have to wait to redeem that LL. You simply wait 120 minutes and can book another Genie+ LL. Both MaxPass and FastPass+ had similar policies.What is the 2 hour rule for Genie+? ›
You must redeem an existing Disney Genie+ service Lightning Lane selection or wait 2 hours—whichever comes first—before making another Lightning Lane entrance selection through Disney Genie+ service.What is the slowest time at Disney? ›
Historically, the Disney World is least crowded around during the days of mid-November, early December, mid-January, early February, and early May. This is the time that a lot of people are focused on the upcoming yuletide season.Why does my Disney reservation say all day? ›
Your reservation confirmation will state your Park Reservation Date, Selected Park and Arrival Time. At this time, your arrival window is “All Day.” This means you may enter your first theme park at any time during the theme park operational hours. You are not required to arrive by a certain time.Can I make same day Disney World reservations? ›
If you are referring to Disney Park Pass theme park reservations, you can make your theme park reservations at any time. However, we always encourage Guests to make their theme park reservations well in advance of their arrivals.What time does Disney Drop reservations? ›
ADR Tip: We usually make sure we are online and logged in by 5:45 am ET because sometimes the system will release dining reservations early. According to a Disney World Cast Member: “Dining reservations open at 6 am online. You can start looking at 5:45 am as there may be a time when they load them earlier.What is the most crowded time at Disney World? ›
The most prolific crowds at Disney are during summer break and the winter holidays. Throughout the rest of the year, you'll find the least-crowded times on weekdays when school is in session. In my experience, January, February, and November (other than Thanksgiving week) have the lowest crowds overall.
What are the busiest times at Disney? ›
- December 26-31. This is the most crowded and most expensive time of year. ...
- Mid-February through mid-April (or later, depending on the date of Easter). ...
- Midsummer (June through early August).
Buy your tickets through a ticket discounter
You can save up to $50 or more per ticket when you book in advance with them! For a family of 4 that's 0 in savings! Look for specials during the months of January and February which typically include free days as well as savings.
- Some restaurants should be called directly.
- Use OpenTable.
- Try a reservation finding service.
- Check again a couple of days beforehand – and the day of.
If you don't get a park pass reservation you want, don't fret. Just like with dining reservations, there are plenty of last minute cancellations and changes. Even during busy times, check the night before and in the morning to see if you can change your park reservation at the last minute.Can I cancel my Disney reservation and make a new one? ›
Visit My Disney Experience and click on"Park Reservations." Click on cancel for the date and park you want to cancel. Once you cancel your existing reservation, you can make a new one for a new theme park and with an additional guest by visiting Walt Disney World Theme Park Reservations.Can I cancel my Disney reservation the day before? ›
Guests with theme park reservations may cancel them at any time up until 11:59 PM Pacific Time the day before the reservation. This is the same whether a park reservation is associated with a theme park ticket or a Disneyland Resort Magic Key pass.Can I cancel my Disney reservation and rebook? ›
Guests may make reservations up to 120 days in advance. Key Holders may make reservations up to 90 days in advance. Theme park reservations may not be modified, but they can be canceled by visiting "My Theme Park Reservations." You can then rebook a reservation.Can I cancel one person on my Disney reservation? ›
Just above the icons with the members of your party, you should see a blue link with the words "Cancel This Reservation". Don't worry, you won't be canceling for everyone! On the next page, select the Guest you wish to remove from your party.What is a Disney no show penalty? ›
Currently, Magic Key holders who are a no-show for 3 reservations in any 90-day window, even if their pass has been upgraded or renewed during that time, will be unable to make new park reservations for 30 days.Is Disney discontinuing the Magic Key? ›
On May 31, sales of all Magic Keys were suspended. When renewals began in August, changes had been made to the program. The Dream Key was permanently discontinued, and a new Imagine Key was introduced. Notably, all four tiers now had blockout dates.
Do Disney Magic Keys Sell Out? ›
Important Disneyland Magic Key Information
Due to the popularity of certain keys, any key may sell out at any time. So it's possible that the key you want won't be available when it's time for you to purchase or renew (but you'll still be able to select another available Key).
Missed reservations tied to a Magic Key pass are subject to the Magic Key Terms and Conditions and the current “no-show” policy. At this time, the Magic Key no-show policy is enforced if a Passholder misses three reservations in a 90-day period.How many times can you miss a reservation at Disneyland? ›
Reservations are managed through the Disneyland site and app. If something comes up last minute and you cannot go, the first two “offenses” are okay. However, if you don't show up to 3 reservations in a 90-day window, Disneyland can block you from making a reservation for 30 days.Can I cancel my Disney reservation the day of? ›
Can you change your Disney park reservation the day of? Yes, you can cancel a park reservation at any time up to and including the day of your visit.Can I cancel my Disney reservation and rebook later? ›
To change to a different park or date, you will first need to cancel your current Disney Park Pass reservations, and then make new reservations. Although you can cancel and rebook at any time, I strongly caution you to check the theme park reservation availability calendar prior to cancelling.Can you go to Disneyland without a reservation after 1pm? ›
Theme park reservations are limited and subject to availability; reservations are not guaranteed until a reservation is finalized. Guests with Park Hopper tickets may visit the other park after 1 PM. Learn more about Park Hopper tickets. A park reservation must be made for each day of entry.How many reservations can I miss Magic Key? ›
Currently, Magic Key holders who are a no-show for 3 reservations in any 90-day window, even if their pass has been upgraded or renewed during that time, will be unable to make new park reservations for 30 days.Is Disney enforcing no show policy? ›
The ability of Magic Key holders to make and hold park reservations will be impacted by the “no show” policy. Magic Key holders who are a “no show” for 3 reservations in a 90-day window will be unable to make new park reservations for 30 days. Existing park reservations at that time will not be cancelled.Is Disneyland at full capacity with reservations? ›
What is this? Disneyland is operating at full reservation capacity. This means (theoretically) that Disneyland can better control crowds, traffic flow, staffing and more during your visit.Do names on Disneyland tickets matter? ›
The name linked to your theme park ticket is a useful way to help keep multiple tickets straight in the Disneyland mobile app. However, in most cases for standard tickets, it is not strictly necessary for the name to match exactly with the Guest using the ticket.
How late can you cancel a Disney World park reservation? ›
Guests with theme park reservations may cancel them at any time up until 11:59 PM Pacific Time the day before the reservation. This is the same whether a park reservation is associated with a theme park ticket or a Disneyland Resort Magic Key pass.