- Oct 6, 2008
Just thinking that with restrictions in attendance Disney will have to determine who they allow into their parks and I’m wondering who this community thinks it should be.
Interesting idea. I wonder if a FP could automatically generate a reservation.I think everyone should have an equal chance but its a reservation system for everyone
Say if the limit for the day is 999 people.
- 333 reservations are for resort guests, regardless of resort type
- 333 reservations are for AP who do not have a resort reservation
- 333 reservations for offsite , non AP guests
The reservation gives you access to a specified park on a specified day, no park hopping. You would be allowed enter and leave your specified park multiple times during that day.
Each Disney account would only be allowed to hold one park reservation for a specific day.
There would be a limit on the party size for each reservation.
My theory is loosely based on the reservation system that Disneyland California had back in May 2019 when Galaxys Edge opened.
I think capacity closure phases remain the same... It is rumored that MK capacity is 80-100K. Even at 25% that is a lot of people. Epcot holds even more than that. At full capacity, Disney World resort hotels can handle about 160,000 guests.
For me it makes the most sense for capacity closures to continue along the usual stages as too many have already made reservations coming from across the country to block out certain guests for their entire stay. If you want to get into a park just get there early, if one closes due to capacity move on to another park, or wait until the evening when some families have left and the park has room for more guests.