As with any kind of rumour, this information should be considered unofficial until Walt Disney World officially confirms.
The rumoured update will mean guests with date-based theme park tickets will no longer need to make separate Park Pass reservations, according to the established outlet. This means that park entry will be guaranteed with their ticket purchase.
According to WDWNT, Disney will still be controlling attendance, just by limiting ticket sales instead of Park Passes. Annual Passholders will still need to make Park Passes for the time being.
Park hoping for regular ticket holders will be available at any time instead of just after 2:00pm, according to the established outlet. It will still be unavailable for Annual Passholders, but they will be able to park hop earlier in the day (instead of 2:00pm).
The above-mentioned changes will reportedly go into effect early next year, possibly as soon as January 2023. Stay tuned for further updates.
Once again, as with any kind of rumour, this information should be considered unofficial until Walt Disney World officially confirms.
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