Disney just released some surprising news earlier this evening, and it looks like we will see 2020 ticket sales resume tomorrow, July 9th! This is rather unexpected since just a few weeks ago Disney announced that 2020 ticket sales were set to resume at some point later this summer. But now, we should be able to purchase new 2020 tickets and vacation packages much sooner than expected – and less than twenty-four hours since Disney’s announcement about this change!
Also resuming tomorrow is Walt Disney World Resort Hotel bookings for the rest of 2020. New 2020 resort hotel bookings have been on hold for a while just like 2020 ticket sales, but now guests will once again be able to book resort stays on Disney property for the remainder of the year.
Ticket and resort packages for 2021 went on sale on June 24th, so guests have already begun planning their trips for next year. Anyone visiting the parks within the next year will need to not only have valid tickets or an Annual Pass in order to enter the parks, but they will also need to make park reservations for each day of their trip via Disney’s new Park Pass System. If you’re thinking about visiting in 2020 or 2021, take a look at our “Walt Disney World Changes” article for all of the details we know so far.
For more info about what we can expect tomorrow when 2020 ticket sales and resort reservations go live, check out Disney Parks Blog’s full announcement. We will continue to keep our readers updated on any new info and announcements from Disney regarding the reopening of Walt Disney World, so be sure to sign up for our free email newsletter to be the first to get our latest articles right in your inbox!
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As always, we encourage you to visit Disney’s website for all official information and to make sure that none of this information has changed since this article was written. We update our website and articles as often as we can, but it is always a good idea to double check Disney’s official website before booking any resort stays or visiting the Walt Disney World Resort.Last Updated on July 8, 2020