Walt Disney World Shares Look at How Annual Passholder ‘Good to Go’ Days Will Be Displayed on My Disney Experience

Brit Tuttle

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Walt Disney World Shares Look at How Annual Passholder ‘Good to Go’ Days Will Be Displayed on My Disney Experience

Good to Go Days for Walt Disney World Annual Passholders will start being offered on Thursday, January 11. Ahead of this week’s change, Walt Disney World has shared what these days will look like when planning your visit on the My Disney Experience mobile app.

Good to Go Days on My Disney Experience

A screenshot of The Passholder Buzz section of the My Disney Experience mobile app.

A new video shared via The Passholder Buzz section of My Disney Experience details the new Good to Go Days system, as well as provides some visual aides to help passholders know what to look for.

Starting this Thursday, Good to Go Days will allow Passholders to visit any of Walt Disney World’s four theme parks without needing to make a reservation.

A screenshot of an example Theme Park Reservations Calendar for Walt Disney World, featuring the upcoming Good to Go Days for Annual Passholders.

The Theme Park Reservation Calendar on the My Disney Experience app will show select days when Passholders can visit the parks without having to worry about a park pass beforehand. These days will be designated with a green circle around the date. On those days, Passholders will be “good to go.”

Good to Go Days will be added to the Theme Park Reservation Calendar periodically, and can be released days or weeks in advance, so you’ll want to check often for updates. Blockout dates will continue to apply, so keep that in mind when planning.

A screenshot of an image that reads "Visit a second theme park at any time of day during park hours." An image of Cinderella Castle is connected to an image of Spaceship Earth via monorail, and The Hollywood Tower Hotel and the Tree of Life via dotted lines.

As for all-day Park Hopper access, which returns tomorrow on January 9, Passholders can visit a second theme park at any time of day during park hours, but must make a park reservation for their first park of the day and enter that park prior to visiting another.

A screenshot of an image of Mickey Mouse pointing to the 2:00 hour on a clock.

If that doesn’t work, Passholders can instead wait until after 2 p.m. or visit the park without a reservation on a Good to Go Day. This offering excludes Saturdays and Sundays at Magic Kingdom.

Outside of Good to Go Days and park entrance after 2 p.m., a Theme Park Reservation will be required.

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  • Brit Tuttle

    Brit didn't grow up going to the Disney Parks, but had basically the next best thing: the Phantom Manor ride operations simulator flash game and the Disney Sing-Along Songs Beach Party at Walt Disney World VHS. You can email them at brittani@wdwnt.com.

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