Walt Disney World Dining Reservations Available June 30 for Eligible Guests with Prior Cancellations

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6/30 UPDATE: New Language for Walt Disney World Dining Reservations Clarifies Eligible Guests With Cancellations Between May 28 – Sept. 2. Click here.

As Walt Disney World creeps closer and closer to the grand reopening on July 11 (Magic Kingdom & Animal Kingdom) and July 15 (EPCOT & Hollywood Studios), we’ve been waiting for news on when dining reservations will become available for theme park guests.


According to Walt Disney World’s website:

Eligible Guests with Dining Reservations Cancelled During the Closure: If you had an active dining reservation on or before September 2, 2020 that was cancelled as of May 28 due to the temporary closure of Walt Disney World Resort, you’ll have the opportunity to make new dining reservations beginning on June 30 up to 60 days in advance of your arrival.

Not new, but you’ll want to keep these details in mind for Dining Reservations as found on the website:

Reservations for Guests Staying at Disney Resort Hotels: Guests with Disney Resort hotel reservations for arrivals through July 10, 2020 can make dining reservations for select Walt Disney World Resort hotel and available Disney Springs dining locations. Call the Disney Reservation Center at (407) 824-1391 to check availability and make reservations. A valid Resort reservation for this time will be required to book your reservation. Guests under 18 years of age must have parent or guardian permission to call. If you’re a Disney Vacation Club Member with a Resort reservation for an arrival through July 10, 2020, call Member Services at (800) 800-9800. Online reservations will not be available during this time for this audience and will reopen at a later date for all Resort Guests.


Reservations for All Guests: Online reservations for all Guests will reopen at a later date. Please continue to check back for details.

In-Park Dining: When in-park dining initially becomes available, you’ll need valid park admission, a reservation for park entry and a dining reservation to dine at an in-park, table-service restaurant. Dining reservations do not guarantee admission to the park.

Source: Walt Disney World website

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I'm a Disney nerd! A kid at heart who loves the magic and memories of Walt Disney World. I follow all things Disney and enjoy the vacations, day trips, and weekend getaways, and geek out over the planning of such events. My goal is to experience as many Disney desserts and cocktails as possible! Married to another Disney nerd and blessed with a daughter and son, we thoroughly enjoy the magic at Disney and are here to help others experience the magic as well.