Since Walt Disney World reopened in stages, due to limited opening hours during the COVID-19 pandemic, additional magic hours have been suspended. Now, it seems that the guest welfare of this resort will never come back, at least not to its previous form. “Guests enter the resort early” will soon replace the “extra magic time” at Walt Disneyland.
As part of Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary Celebration, guests of Disney Resorts and other select hotels will be able to enter 30 minutes in advance any theme park, every day.
According to Disney, the new early theme park ticket discounts can help them better distribute visitors across all four theme parks, while at the same time by providing guests with extra early park time on each day of the holiday and in the park of their choice. Thus providing greater flexibility. Please note that guests need to make valid admission and park reservations through the Disneyland Pass system to enter the theme park.
As a free discount for hotel guests in Disney Resorts, additional magic time was introduced in the early 2000s. The number of hours is published in the park operating calendar, which indicates a specific park or time period (morning or evening) and time range (one to several hours). Then, guests will plan to visit before and after “extra magic time”