Walt Disney World Adds January Bonus Reservation Dates For Annual Passholders Ahead of 2024 ‘Good-to-Go Days’ Change

Toni Ferrigno

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Walt Disney World Adds January Bonus Reservation Dates For Annual Passholders Ahead of 2024 ‘Good-to-Go Days’ Change

Walt Disney World Annual Passholders will get one last perk in 2024 before switching over to the Good-to-Go Days system, as Disney has released a list of Bonus Reservation Dates for the start of the new year.

Bonus Reservation Dates for January 2024 Added

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Before the Good-to-Go dates system begins on January 11 at Walt Disney World for Annual Passholders, Disney has announced four different Bonus Reservation dates, one for each of the Walt Disney World theme parks. Those bonus reservation opportunities are as follows:

  • January 4 — Disney’s Animal Kingdom
  • January 6 — Magic Kingdom
  • January 7 — Disney’s Hollywood Studios
  • January 8 — EPCOT

These Bonus Reservation dates allow for guests with an Annual Pass to add additional reservations to their account, without them counting toward their pass’ maximum limit. This could likely be the last drop of Bonus Reservation dates, as the new Good-to-Go dates system will give Annual Passholders specific dates when they do not need to make park reservations at all.

What do you think about the change from Bonus Reservations to Good-to-Go dates? Let us know in the comments below.

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1 thought on “Walt Disney World Adds January Bonus Reservation Dates For Annual Passholders Ahead of 2024 ‘Good-to-Go Days’ Change”

  1. Disney needs to get rid of the reservation system altogether, bring back FREE MagicBands with resort stays and AP renewals, bring back FREE FastPasses, FREE shuttles to and from MCO, get rid of Lightning Lanes and Genie+ which are both just a money grab. Lower the cost of parking, souvenirs, hotel stays and food. Quit raising prices every 5 minutes! Then a little of that Disney Magic will return.

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