Disney adds convenience for guests as parks gear up for summer crowds
Good news, Disney fans! If you’re a future Disneyland guest looking forward to a visit this summer, we have a few updates to share. Disney just confirmed that the Disneyland Resort is adding more convenience for visitors when it comes to mobile ordering and mobile payment.
A new Disney Parks blog post confirms that more and more mobile ordering locations are being added to the Disneyland app and theme parks have expanded mobile ordering lanes and pickup windows.
Our mobile ordering service through the Disneyland app is the primary way to order food and drink at many restaurants across the Disneyland Resort. More locations are added and the existing locations have movable control lanes and extended pickup windows. We also recommend that you book in advance for Oga’s Cantina as well as other table service restaurants.
Disney also announced that the Mobile Checkout feature – which was introduced in the World of Disney store in the Downtown Disney District a few months ago – will soon be extended to locations within theme parks, namely the Emporium on Main. Street, USA, in Disneyland Park and Elias & Co. on Buena Vista Street in Disney California Adventure Park.
Have you tried the merchandise swap body at World of Disney in the Downtown Disney neighborhood? You can easily scan your treasures to purchase and pay for them using the Disneyland app. Stay tuned, as this feature will be available soon at the Emporium at Disneyland Park and Elias & Co. at Disneyland California Adventure Park.
From these announcements, it is clear that it will become more convenient for visitors to go about their daily business and enjoy their theme park tours at Disneyland Resort, especially as Disney increases capacity and prepares to welcome even more visitors to the happiest place on Earth.
Since the state of California fully reopened on June 15, theme parks like Disneyland and Disney California Adventure do not have to limit capacity. Disneyland Resort – like Walt Disney World Resort – still uses a theme park reservation system and requires all guests to reserve a reservation as well as a valid theme park ticket to enter the parks. However, Disneyland and California Adventure are not limiting capacity as much as they were when they first reopened on April 30.
At this time, it’s unclear exactly what capacity Disneyland Resort is operating at, but we do know that Disney intended to gradually allow more and more visitors to the parks over time in order to increase capacity. in a manageable way. Less than half of all Cast Members are back at work at Disneyland Resort, so expanded park amenities through the Disneyland app are likely to make it easier for guests and Cast Members.
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