WDW - COVID-19 Operations Info Thread

  • trishadono

    DIS Veteran
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    Aug 21, 2011
    To add, the first round they bring you:

    - Meat selection (salami, etc) and cheeses
    - Lox with toppings
    - Assorted bread/muffins
    - Mini yogurt cups
    - Assorted fruit (mainly mellons)

    The second round was:
    - Sausage, bacon, ham and egg platter
    - Mickey waffle, pancake, French toast platter
    - Hash browns/cheesy potato
    - Tater tots

    It’s all you can eat, ask for more of anything and they’ll bring it right away.

    No characters as expected, not even that static Chef Mickey statue/plate pic you usually take when you walk in.

    CMs were amazing and seemed very happy to be back.

    Vibe was different with no characters and it being empty, but DS said it was the best meal all week, so there’s that.

    Price for two adults: Total $53.25 including tax. I’m assuming that’s less than the normal price?
    Just booked for 7/31.

    Awesome post and now I am happy and informed too!

    Thanks for taking the time to post🥰
     

    yulilin3

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    Nov 1, 2007
    Attention APHolders
    just got this email
    Dear Valued Passholder,​
    As the Walt Disney World Theme Parks reopen, we look forward to welcoming back our cherished Annual Passholders with a continued focus on delivering a magical experience. As we evolve this new system, we will be looking for ways to fine-tune and for opportunities to increase reservation availability for you.

    We are excited to share that starting Thursday, July 16, additional Disney Park Pass reservations will be offered to Annual Passholders for select dates in July and August at Magic Kingdom® Park, EPCOT® and Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park. Please note that this additional Disney Park Pass reservation availability does not reflect an increase in Park attendance, which remains limited during this reopening period. Check here for the latest availability.

    Also, Annual Passholders staying at select Disney Resort or other select hotels with valid Theme Park admission are eligible to make Theme Park reservations for each day of their resort stay(s), in addition to holding up to 3 days of Theme Park reservations at a time on a rolling basis. Once you use a Theme Park reservation, you can make another reservation for a future date.​
    Updates on options to manage your pass
    We recognize that Park reservations will change the way that many of our Passholders use their pass. With that in mind, in June, we shared that Annual Passholders will receive a one-month (30 days) extension to their pass. This additional month will automatically be processed and visible in their My Disney Experience account over the coming weeks.

    If you prefer, you can cancel your pass and receive any applicable refund in lieu of the additional month. Please note this option can be selected now through August 11, 2020 by clicking on your personalized link. You can also call V.I.PASSHOLDER Support at 407-939-7277 for assistance on any individual concerns. We anticipate heavy call volume and appreciate your patience as we answer all inquiries.

    We hope these latest updates help to make your experience a magical one.

    Hope to see you real soon!​
     
  • pepperandchips

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    Mar 16, 2014
    Posting here as I did in the passholder thread - if you click the link in Yulilin's post it takes you to a login screen and then a "Thank you, your selection has been confirmed" screen without giving you any option to confirm yes you did mean to cancel your pass :headache: so use that link with reserve and under warning!!!
     

    trishadono

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    Aug 21, 2011
    Posting here as I did in the passholder thread - if you click the link in Yulilin's post it takes you to a login screen and then a "Thank you, your selection has been confirmed" screen without giving you any option to confirm yes you did mean to cancel your pass :headache: so use that link with reserve and under warning!!!
    I just got my email. I canceled DD's bf since I purchased it and he cant go anymore this year due to work requirements.
     

    nursejackie

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    Oct 11, 2014
    If you take your mask off on a ride then you don't get your attraction photo
    It's no loss to the person not wearing the mask if they don't intend to purchase an attraction photo anyway, the only losers are the other riders around them who can't socially distance from them mid-ride.

    But I have a feeling it's all about Disney not getting bad publicity/photos out there on social media of non-mask wearing riders rather than a punishment for the rider.
     
  • GADisneyDad14

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    Jul 3, 2014
    May be behind here, but I notice the app is now dialed in the the RotR Virtual Queue. Gives you a sense of what the interface may be like if VQ is ever added to other attractions.
     

    Yooperroo

    If you can dream it, than you can do it.
    Joined
    Feb 14, 2015
    Has anyone that is here gotten their magic shots and/or ride photos? We've been here 3 days and none of our magic shots or ride photos have been showing up in MDE.
     

    Stefne

    Disney Dreamin'
    Joined
    Nov 3, 2012
    May be behind here, but I notice the app is now dialed in the the RotR Virtual Queue. Gives you a sense of what the interface may be like if VQ is ever added to other attractions.
    I am really anxious to see reports about how things pan out with this for ROTR today!!
     





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