Removed two people from July resort reservation, will they be removed from our park pass party?


Original Poster
Hello. We have a weird situation with our park passes. I need to remove two people from an existing park pass reservation but leave the others in the not want to cancel and rebook since there's a chance we won't get in on the same day (7/11...opening day). The park pass reservation was created on the first day of AP+resort availability (Monday 6/22), so I figured it's tied to the resort reservation, but it's been about 2 hours since I removed the two from the resort reservation over the phone, and they're still showing on the park pass. I need them off that park pass so I can include them in a new park pass in September. Am I wrong to expect them to fall off the park pass once the system realizes they don't have a resort reservation on that day? Thanks!


Well-Known Member
I’m not sure if they will disappear, but I think you can remove them. In MDE you can go to the park pass and hit cancel. On the next page you can select guests before you confirm the cancellation.


Active Member
Why do you have to remove them? The system will allow you to make unlimited Park Reservations for the person if they have a linked hotel reservation for the days you want to create. I have 21 Park reservations over 2 trips in July and Oct.

If you can provide more details maybe we can help. (Such as why you added them, why you removed them, did they rebook a resort.. ect)


Original Poster
Thank you for the replies. I'm still figuring out the Park Pass Reservation system, and I was scared to click the cancel link because I didn't want to cancel for the whole party. You are correct that the cancel link brings you to a page where you can select the "cancel" party members and the others stay in a "keep" section. This is exactly what I needed...thank you for that info!

In case it helps anyone else, I also discovered that a single park pass reservation party must be the same type of ticket holder (resort guest, AP, theme park ticket) can't mix types. But you can make multiple reservations for the same day and park with different party members...everyone doesn't have to be on the same PPR group! So I was able to get a reservation for the four AP people and a second reservation for the theme park ticket people. This is also the way you can "add" people to an existing PPR...just create a new PPR with those people (or multiple PPRs if they're different ticket types) and they'll be listed on your Plans in a different section.

As for the unlimited resort reservation PPRs, two people on our original PPRs during our July 11th and July 25th resort stays are FL resident 4 day theme park tickets, and when I tried to add them to a PPR for September, it said their 4 days have been allocated, which makes sense that the total number of ticket days overrides the resort-ness of their PPR use. So I had to cancel their July PPRs to make them available for September. The reason for all this shuffling and madness......

One of the six of us is a Silver AP, which is blocked out for the summer. We figured we'd be able to upgrade his pass to Gold or buy him a 4 day ticket to open up the summer, then the freeze happened and we were stuck. "Later this summer" for unfreezing 2020 ticket sales is too uncertain for the July 11th trip and probably the July 26th trip too, so we had to shuffle to get some form of PPRs for the entire group when we all can go, which is September (Silver not blocked out and 4 day tickets expire on 9/30).

Thanks again for the help. i appreciate it.
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