Disneyland Paris Park Pass Reservations for Passholders Fully Booked Until September 2021

Disneyland Paris is reopening on June 17 but Paris Annual Passholders are reporting extreme difficulty booking Park Passes. The Park Pass reservation system works similarly to that of Walt Disney World.

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According to the availability calendar, both Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park are completely booked for Annual Passholders until September 16 and 17. The calendar currently ends with September 18.

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However, there is full availability for regular park ticket holders from opening day onward.

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Disneyland Paris posted on Facebook that they are aware of the issue and seeking solutions, indicating their limited capacity may be to blame. They also announced today that June 15 and 16 will be Passholder-exclusive preview days.

Unlike with Walt Disney World’s reservation system, Disneyland Paris Annual Passholders are not limited to how many Park Passes they may make. Walt Disney World Passholders can make up to three Park Passes, while some Disneyland Paris Passholders could theoretically have made hundreds, preventing others from booking just one day.

Are you a Disneyland Paris Annual Passholder who was able to snag a Park Pass? Let us know in the comments.

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Kevin Gillooly
Kevin Gillooly
28 days ago

I am a DLP Infinity Pass Holder (no blackout dates) and have been unable to book anytime before mid-September. In fact, my family and I haven’t been able to set foot in the Park because of the shutdowns since we bought our Passes in August of 2020. Our initial visit tickets to receive our permanent Passes expire on 30 September 2021. Daily calling to DLP’s phone numbers in France, the U.K., and Germany (where we live) have not been answered. I’d love to know how DLP is going to fix this. As you allude to in your article, they continue… Read more »

Fabian
Fabian
27 days ago
Reply to  Kevin Gillooly

Exactly the same here and really pissed

BETH J
27 days ago

DLP passholder here. I managed to get two days right at opening. It was mère luck that I was home in front of my computer when the news dropped that reservations could be made. But within 24 hours all the summer spots for passholders were completely gone. The unlimited réservation system is doubtless responsable for this and we can surely expect more places to come back into play as time goes on.

Last edited 27 days ago by BETH J
ANN WAITE
ANN WAITE
27 days ago

We had opening weekend booked already, we have been able to book three days in August, but that is all, we hold the highest level of pass, and while I totally understand the fact they have to work at a limited capacity, this is unacceptable. We are loosing so many perks from our pass, preferentially parking, free drink with table service restaurants etc, and while this might not seem a lot we are not seeing any pluses for handing over our annual pass money. It is frustrating to know I can buy a full price ticket instead, we have school… Read more »

Jennifer
Jennifer
26 days ago
Reply to  ANN WAITE

I get that you’re frustrated. But why are you losing the perks of free parking and a free drink at table service restaurants though? Those are the things you can still use it for. Adding the discount for shopping and food & beverages, and for room only bookings. Which btw guarantee you entry to the parks during your stay at a Disney Hotel. The only things missing from the perks are the special viewing areas for Illuminations and the parades, as they’re cancelled for the time being.

Kiraty Bailey
Kiraty Bailey
27 days ago

We have Infinity passes. They were the most expensive passes. No blackout dates and benefits such as special parade and firework viewing. This means they are no more valuable than the cheaper passes. We’ve not been able to get a single slot before our passes run out at the end of August. They were a complete waste of money and there is no refund or extension being offered. I’ve never buy annual passes for DLP again.

Chris Porto
Chris Porto
27 days ago

We have Movie tickets to go see Disneys Cruella this Saturday. Did you guys hear the Nws that Cinemark and Regal made A deal with Disney to Show Disney Movies in the US and UK. The theater that we going is A Regal and get this the Theater is Fully booked For Disneys Cruella. Must be because they Showing it in More movie theaters.