There are two separate options for Annual Passholders making Park Passes, depending on if they are staying at a Walt Disney World resort or not.
After selecting “Book Park Reservation”, guests are taken to the calendar. You’ll notice that most days have green dots, meaning there is full availability. October 1 is completely blocked out with a grey circle, while October 2 and 3 are partially available with a green half-circle.
The days with yellow stars indicate that there are “Bonus Reservations” available. These bonus reservations only apply to certain parks on certain days and don’t count towards your allotted number of 4 or 5 reservations. On September 14, for example, Annual Passholders can snag a bonus Park Pass for EPCOT.
Days without bonus reservations will simply list the four parks available.
After selecting your date and park, you have the opportunity to review and confirm.
You then see a confirmation page, and can view your park reservations or make more.
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