Two days before reopening two theme parks to the public during the height of a Florida coronavirus spike, Disney resumed the sale of new 2020 theme park tickets and hotel reservations for Walt Disney World.
Guests who purchase new tickets are required to select the dates they would like to visit and reserve their attendance in advance.
Annual passholders and people who had purchased tickets before the parks closed in March were able to reserve attendance before today.
Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom theme parks are currently holding annual passholder previews Thursday and Friday, and reopening to the public on Saturday at reduced capacity.
The resort’s two remaining theme parks — EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios — will reopen next week.