Do you have Park Hopper tickets to Walt Disney World? Well, Disney is offering you 3 options… Choose wisely.

In an effort to sustain health and safety measures, Walt Disney World theme parks will be limiting the number of guests who are able to visit. Without the help of virtual queues, reduced live entertainment, and/or additional ‘people-eater’ attractions, each park will be closely monitoring capacity to maintain distancing protocols.

Helping to employ these new guidelines is the Disney Park Pass. This new system allows guests to make reservations to enter the parks. However, guests are only able to visit one park per day and park-hoping is suspended. Not ideal, we know. But, it’s a start!

Guests have already been given the refund options for their ticket and/or resort reservations. Annual Passholders have the option to extend their pass or receive a refund. That being said, given the rising rates of annual passes, the extension may be your best bet.

Some park tickets also include the Park Hopper Option or Park Hopper Plus Option. Disney is now offering 3 options for these guests, as park-hopping is temporarily unavailable.

It is important to note that Disney World is not selling tickets for visits in 2020. In other words, be sure that you want to cancel your trip before you let those 2020 park tickets go!

Option 1: Ticket Dates Extended

Walt Disney World is allowing guests to use their current date-based Park Hopper ticket through September 26, 2021. Disney is still been selling Park-Hopper add-ons for 2021 tickets. Let’s hope that doesn’t change and that Park-Hopping returns to Walt Disney World in the new year!

Option 2: Modify Your Tickets

If guests booked resort packages along with their tickets, they are also able to modify or cancel these packages by contacting their travel agents or the Disney Reservation Center.

Option 3: Cancel Your Tickets

If guests do not want to use their tickets and/or wish to cancel their Disney World hotel reservation, they are also able to cancel their Park Hopper tickets or packages. However, if guests still wish to gain access to the parks, they will need new valid park admission to use the Disney Park Pass system.

So, what option would you choose? Are you returning to the parks anytime soon or are you a ‘park-hopper or bust?’