A DISNEY fan has warned holidaymakers to book their park entries ahead of visiting – or risk being unable to visit the theme park at all.
Rob Maden issued the warning on a Facebook group to other Disney World goers, after being unable to visit the parks for two days of his holiday.
Book your park entry ahead of time – or risk missing outCredit: Alamy
He wrote: “Book your Disney park reservations as soon as you can if you are set on certain days for certain parks especially if you have a dining reservation.
“We have been a week and had no problems with park availability until yesterday when there was NO availability for any park!
“This weekend and next week are very limited as well with only Epcot available for most of next week.”
He said that “availability changes” as people cancel, so if you keep checking you might be able to get last-minute bookings.
However, he warned that “having a dining reservation does not give you access to a park”.
He continued: “I’m sure most of you will be fine but it stopped us going to any Disney park for the last two days of our Disney stay.”
To book park entry, you can do it within the app under park reservations, or on the website.
When checking this week, none of the parks are available today or tomorrow, with just Epcot available for the rest of the week.
The Disney website advises: “To enter a theme park, you will need a park reservation and valid admission for that park—for each day you’d like to visit.
“Given the limited availability of park reservations, it is recommended that you make your theme park reservations immediately after purchasing your admission.”
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The Disney parks require you to book aheadCredit: Alamy