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Old 26 Feb 21, 09:44 AM  
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Hi I have booked offsite for August 22 . Iam not really clear on how the park bookings work and how my disneyexperience works for offsite as have previously onlydone onsite. Can someone give me a brief explanation ? Also are people expecting park booking to still be in place by 2022. Thanks
The reservation system is currently in place until Jan 2023. Disney haven't said whether they will remove it or not.
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With the new system I'm worried that if I wait until 1-2 months before the holiday there won't be any park passes left.
Ever since Disney has started this park reservation system, there has generally been plenty of reservations left for the parks 1 or 2 months beforehand.

If you look at Disneyís park reservation page right now, youíll see that all dates in April this year are still available. Thatís just over a month away. The same sort of thing has been true since this started.

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Even when park reservations have been limited, itís generally only MK and/or HS that are unavailable. I donít think Iíve ever seen AK or Epcot unavailable. So youíll always be able to visit one Disney park, even if you are only booking your reservations a couple of days beforehand.

But, generally, Iíd say as long as you buy your tickets 2 or 3 months before you go then you probably should be ok.
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I was wondering all of this.. we have planned for 'rest days' in our villa but, if we decide we would like to go to a park we wont be able to? Is that right?

Or should we book the parks just incase and can we cancel if we dont feel like it on the day?
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I was wondering all of this.. we have planned for 'rest days' in our villa but, if we decide we would like to go to a park we wont be able to? Is that right?

Or should we book the parks just incase and can we cancel if we dont feel like it on the day?
That's what we are doing incase we don't fancy a rest day x
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Originally Posted by All-smiles View Post
I was wondering all of this.. we have planned for 'rest days' in our villa but, if we decide we would like to go to a park we wont be able to? Is that right?

Or should we book the parks just incase and can we cancel if we dont feel like it on the day?
Back when fastpasses were a thing, it was generally suggested that you booked fastpasses even for rest days - just in case. Iíd suggest doing the same with park reservations; book them on every day you can and then cancel if/when you donít need them.

As I mentioned earlier, youíll probably find that you can book the park reservations on the day or the day before. That certainly seems to be the case for Epcot; less so for the other parks (especially MK). Right now though you can book every park for tomorrow.
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