Annual Passholder entrance sign at EPCOT

Disney Shares More Details on Good-To-Go Days

I remember when visiting a Disney park simply required a valid ticket. Ah, 2019. How I miss you.

Disney introduced the park reservation system during the pandemic. Although park passes served a short-term purpose, they’ve overstayed their welcome. Luckily, the reservation system is going away for most guests in January. However, Annual Passholders will still need to make park reservations before entering the parks.

But all is not lost. Disney is throwing Passholders a bone with good-to-go days.

On good-to-go days, Annual Passholders can enter a Disney World park without holding a reservation. Blockout dates still apply. If a Passholder has previously made a reservation on a day that becomes “good-to-go”, the reservation will be removed and no longer count against their maximum reservation total.

Starting January 11, good-to-go days will appear in the theme park reservation calendar, in the Annual Passholder admissions calendar, and on the My Disney Experience app. More good-to-go days will be added periodically days or weeks in advance.

Annual Passholders may continue to enter parks after 2 PM without a reservation unless they’re visiting Magic Kingdom on a Saturday or Sunday.

I hope we can go back to a 100% reservation-less system. These rules make my head hurt.