Some Annual Passholders with Resort Guest Reservations Not Allowed to Make Additional Disney Park Pass Selections
Early on this morning with the launch of the Disney Park Pass system for Annual Passholders, we came across an interesting issue with the reservation process. After booking theme park reservations for our respective resort stays earlier in the week, we weren’t sure whether we’d also get our allotted 3 Annual Passholder reservations in addition to those.
Upon attempting to make additional reservations today, we found that we were only able to make one reservation before receiving the “Not So Fast” error page on the Park Pass system.
Some Annual Passholders have reported not being able to make any additional theme park reservations outside of the ones they were able to make tied to their resort booking. (Meanwhile, other APs have been able to make additional reservations, so your mileage may vary.)
“All Annual Passholders are eligible to make Theme Park reservations for up to 3 days at a time, or Annual Passholders staying at select Disney Resort or other select hotels with valid Theme Park admission are eligible to make Theme Park reservations for their entire Resort length of stay.”
It seems Annual Passholders are ultimately limited to either 3 Disney Park Pass reservations or a set number of reservations allotted through a resort booking.
If you’re an Annual Passholder and have theme park reservations made through a resort booking already, you may be blocked from making an additional 3 reservations. Availability is going extra fast for Annual Passholders, so this may be Disney’s way of regulating theme park reservations.
Are you an Annual Passholder that was unable to secure additional reservations today? Let us know in the comments.