Navigating the new Disney Park Pass theme park reservation system has been a whole new adventure.
Annual Passholders especially have had to deal with booked-up days more than a month in advance. And with only three reservations available to Passholders at a time, that can get tricky. For other guests, however, reservations have stayed pretty open and available. Now, for the first time since the park reopenings, reservations are GONE for ALL FOUR theme parks this Sunday.
We were checking in on theme park availability this morning when we noticed that September 6th is greyed out for every ticket category. That means that Disney is no longer accepting theme park reservations for Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, EPCOT, or Hollywood Studios — no matter your ticket category.
This is the first time since reopening that the parks have been completely unavailable. Typically, we see Hollywood Studios become unavailable the quickest and it’s a common sight to see all of the parks full for Annual Passholders — but not for theme park ticket holders and Disney resort guests.
Of course, we have seen additional park passes added in the past, so we’ll be keeping an eye out for them. Still, Disney hasn’t explained the exact relationship between park passes and park capacity so there may not be any more room to add passes.
Stay tuned to DFB for the latest updates. We’ll be reporting in to let you know how crowded things are this weekend AND if Disney adds any more availability.
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