Start Date Announced for ‘Good to Go’ Days When Walt Disney World Annual Passholders and Cast Members Won’t Need Park Passes

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Start Date Announced for ‘Good to Go’ Days When Walt Disney World Annual Passholders and Cast Members Won’t Need Park Passes

“Good-to-go” days that don’t require Park Pass reservations will be available to Walt Disney World Annual Passholders and Cast Members beginning in January 2024. We now know when “good to go” days will be visible on the Passholder and Cast Member calendars.

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Start Date Announced for AP and CM Good to Go Days at Walt Disney World

As announced on the Disney Parks Blog, Passholders and Cast Members will be able to view “good to go” days on their respective blockout and Park Pass calendars beginning on January 11, 2024. We don’t know if January 11 itself will be a “good-to-go” day or not.

“Good-to-go” days were announced in May 2023. On select “good to go” dates, Passholders and Cast Members won’t need to make a Park Pass to enter a Walt Disney World theme park at any time during the day. Right now, Passholders need a Park Pass to enter a park before 2 p.m. After 2 p.m., Passholders can visit any park — except for Magic Kingdom on Saturdays and Sundays, when they still need a Park Pass. Good to go days will be added periodically and may be released days or weeks in advance.

We don’t yet know how many “good-to-go” days there will be at a time, but we can guess they will probably be on weekdays. We also don’t know if “good-to-go” days will only apply to one park or multiple parks that day.

All-day Park Hopping will return on January 9, 2024. On the same day, guests with date-based tickets will no longer need to make Park Pass reservations.

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