Walt Disney World's Disney Parks Pass theme park reservations system opened up this week for guests with valid theme park admission and hotel reservations, and as you might expect on the first day of a brand new system, users encountered plenty of errors and issues. And unfortunately, due to the widespread problems, Disney's phone lines were jammed almost all day with guests trying to reserve entry to their favorite theme parks during their hotel stays.
Despite the long wait times and technical glitches, it looks like enough people were able to make reservations during Walt Disney World's opening week to completely "sell out" reservations for Disney's Hollywood Studios, for its first three days back to operation.
Right now, only Disney guests with on-property hotel reservations are able to reserve Disney Parks Passes, but later this week on June 26, 2020, Annual Passholders without a resort stay can make reservations and then on June 28, 2020, existing ticket holders not staying on property can make reservations.
In order to gain entrance to a Walt Disney World theme park, all guests, no matter whether they are staying on-site or somewhere else, will need valid admission tickets as well as a Disney Parks Pass reservation time, and with dates going quickly it looks like access to the parks over the coming months is going to be very limited. And speaking of limited experiences at Walt Disney World...