Are you a Disney nut? We certainly are in our family.
We love so many things about the vacation experience from the theme parks to the hotels and dining. The only thing not to love is the fun adds up quickly. You have to spend a pretty penny to enjoy yourself. If you feel that way too, you’ll be pleased to hear about this change: At Disney Resort hotels, they will be returning to a policy of offering free overnight, self-parking. The change went into effect on Tuesday, January 10th.
Avery Maehrer, Director of Communications at Walt Disney World said in a statement, “This is a Disney difference many of you have asked us to bring back, and we’re happy to reintroduce it to make your vacation a little easier and more affordable.”
Another cool change that will start at a future to be determined date…they’ll be relaxing reservation requirements for those who are annual pass holders. So if you have an annual pass, you won’t need to make a park reservation if you are visiting after 2 P.M. (You still will need to make one though if it is a Saturday or Sunday at Magic Kingdom).
If you have a pass, don’t you want to feel like you can visit the parks on a whim? Well, Disney said they figured that out.
One more change that Disney will make it a later date is pretty cool. If you like taking photos when you’re visiting Disney Parks, you’ll be happy to find out that pass holders will also be allowed to have free access to Disney PhotoPass lenses.
Also, pass holders will receive one on-the-house Cinderella Castle Mural of Memories experience. If you’re a pass holder, you probably enjoy capturing the Disney memories, so this is an opportunity to do so.
You can find more information on Disney’s official website.