The perks include dedicated parking and security lines for APs from June 8-July 5.
Portions of Disney World’s unionized workforce are being told to prepare to return to work, according to social media posts from union leaders.
Disney says the cancellations are necessary because of the capacity restrictions aimed at limiting the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
The reopening will start with Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom on July 11.
Both parks will present their plans at an Orange County task force meeting that begins 10 a.m. Wednesday.
Disney confirmed that discussions were talking place, noting its "great, long-standing relationship with the NBA."
The plans, which will be detailed to the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force, could include a projected date for reopening the resort’s theme parks while the coronavirus pandemic continues.