The Disney World water parks closed earlier along with the rest of Disney World. But now, even after much of Disney World has reopened, the water parks remain closed, at least until March 2021.
For Disney World Annual Passholders, 2020 has felt more dizzying than an Alien Swirling Saucers ride cranked up to a THOUSAND. AP’s have been unexpectedly charged, they have dealt with the decision to cancel their passes on top of limited park availability, and so much more.
In the timeline of Annual Pass news, options, cancellations, and refunds, we have a feeling there might be light at the end of the tunnel!
Time is running out and many Disney World Annual Passholders are asking themselves a tough question before tomorrow’s deadline.
Should they or shouldn’t they cancel their annual passes to Disney World? The final day to opt into cancellation of the pass is TOMORROW, August 11th, and passes will no longer be valid for entry beginning August 12th!
And even though Shanghai Disneyland recently announced it will be reopening on May 11th, another batch of cancellation letters are being sent out to folks with plans to visit Disney World or Disneyland later this month.
While we wait for Governor Ron DeSantis to release his re-opening Florida outline (which he is expected to announce today) Disney World has started sending out another round of emails to more guests (last week, the company sent out emails for those with reservations through May 16th), informing them the parks will be closed until further notice.
These notifications are being sent out to guests who had bookings during the week of May 17th through 23rd, 2020.
Alright, listen; we’ve got some burning questions!
There’s no doubt about it, there’s a lot of uncertainty about the current situation. And while we understand that Disney World will remain closed until there is more clarity on how things progress, there are a few questions that we hope they’ll address sooner rather than later.
Here are six questions we’re still waiting on Disney to answer!
While Disney was hoping to have guests back in its U.S. theme parks by April 1st, a LOT has happened since that original closure announcement was made.