We’re starting to see a bit of an uptick when it comes to crowds in Disney World.
Since the parks reopened in July, Disney has been implementing the new Disney Park Pass theme park reservation system to manage the limited capacity in the theme parks. It wasn’t until this month that we saw dates getting fully booked up, and now, this weekend is following suit!
We were checking in on Disney Park Pass availability this morning when we noticed that September 26th is greyed out for every ticket category. This means that there are no parks available this Saturday, no matter your ticket type.
This month has seen a few completely sold out days in the parks and we’ve done some reporting on what crowds look like on a full day. It’s still pretty far from a busy day pre-closure, but you’re going to see a LOT more people than we did when the parks first reopened.
As a note, reservations for Annual Passholders are completely unavailable for the whole weekend. In the past, we have seen Disney Park Passes become available after being booked up, so we’ll keep an eye out for that.
As always, stay tuned to DFB for the latest updates about theme park availability!
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