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Special Room and Ticket Package Offer Now Available for Fall & Holiday Season at Walt Disney World Resort

Avery Maehrer

by , Director, Communications at Walt Disney World Resort

With the summer winding down, now’s the time of year when many start to make their getaway plans for the fall and holiday season. So today, we’re sharing a special room and ticket package offer at Walt Disney World Resort, as we continue to responsibly welcome guests back, with new protocols in place to promote the health and well-being of guests and cast members.

For stays most nights Sept. 4-Dec. 25, 2020, you can save up to $500 on a 4-night/4-day room and ticket package at select Disney Resort hotels, including the enchanting new Disney’s Riviera Resort. This offer is available for booking through Dec. 25, 2020. Click here to learn more.

As a reminder, we are using the new Disney Park Pass system to manage attendance during this period while we’re limiting capacity, so be sure to check the park reservation availability calendar first before booking your package by visiting We also recommend you make your park reservation immediately after you book your stay as reservations are limited and subject to availability. Guests with valid admission are required to make a reservation in advance for each park entry. 

Other offers are also available including for residents of Florida, as well as our cherished Annual Passholders. For more information, please visit

Of course, we realize that flexibility is important right now when planning any trip. Please know that, when booking, you’ll also enjoy added peace of mind, as we are waiving Disney-imposed change and cancellation fees up to the date of check-in for reservations with arrivals through Dec. 31, 2020. For more information, click here.

And for those of you who haven’t visited us recently, we want you to know that promoting the health and well-being of our guests, cast members and the larger community is a responsibility we take seriously. Visit to learn more about the measures we’ve put into place – from required face coverings and temperature screenings to reduced contact and limiting attendance. We continue to receive positive feedback on this reimagined Disney experience from those who’ve visited.

While we’re doing some things differently, as always, you’ll discover that special Disney magic you know and love – from special new character cavalcades and motorcades that come to life throughout the day, to beloved attractions and can’t-miss experiences, including the recently opened Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway. If you’re planning on visiting from Sept. 15 to Oct. 31, be sure to enjoy all of the fall fun at Magic Kingdom Park.  

And be sure to continue to visit planDisney for the latest information and advice from experienced panelists and all of your Disney vacation planning needs.


  • @Debbie if your annual pass expired during the closure, you could always try calling 407-WDW-PASS to see if they’ll let you renew it!

  • Being a DVC member and Annual pass holder for the last 6 years, I am extremely disappointed that Disney is not selling annual passes. My pass expired in February, I did not renew it with all the uncertainty with the Pandemic. I have had many phone conversation with Disney over the past few months and each time was told that they would resume the sale of Annual passes later in the summer. But still no Annual pass!
    I have 14 nights booked in September and 14 nights booked in November, I do not think the 7 day park tickets are worth the money, and will sadly have to cancel!

  • I have been an annual passholder for 10 years, but my pass expired at the park closure. I wish I could take advantage of the annual passholder discount. Unfortunately, it looks like we will be canceling trips without an annual pass. The theme park tickets are not worth it to us.

  • What about selling APs again. With two trips planned and no APs we’re looking to cancel one trip.

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