21 Day Ticket Guests Can Only Book 14 Park Days In Advance
If you were one of the lucky ones who managed to grab a 21 day ticket before they were pulled from sale, you will only be able to book 14 park days until you arrive at the parks.
Earlier this week Disney stopped selling the 21 day UK Ultimate Ticket. The reason for that is now becoming clear, but also troublesome for those who have already purchased. If you bought your 21 day ticket before they stopped the sale, it is being honoured. However, it seems the reason it was pulled was due to an incompatibility with the new park reservation system from messages our readers have shared to us direct from Disney support.
Starting June 22nd (if you have a hotel ticket package, or June 28th if you just have a ticket), you'll be able to make your park reservations for all 2020 and 2021 stays. However, you can only book up to 14 days per Disney account ticket regardless of the length of your ticket.
That means that guests who have already bought the 21 day ultimate ticket can only make 14 days of park reservations, even though they have a 21 day ticket. You won't be able to book any park days or the final 7 days until you're there and start using the first 14 days.