When you’re planning your next Disney vacation, choosing which park you’re going to visit is an entirely different ball game than it was previously.
Since guests are required to make Disney Park Pass reservations ahead of their visit to Disney World, it’s important to check which days the parks you want to visit are available. Plus, guests who have theme park tickets, Disney Resort reservations, or Annual Passes may all have varying availability, depending on the week!
The holidays at Disney World may be seeing some big changes this year, but the parks are still popular for guests who want a little extra magic throughout the season. We’re seeing increased wait times and crowds in the parks even NOW!
So that means it’s time to start thinking about getting those park passes booked for what will surely be even busier times coming up. But checking in on park pass availability today, we were surprised with what we saw!
On most days since Disney World’s reopening, Annual Passholder availability is gone much earlier than that allocated to regular ticket holders or resort hotel guests. But one of Disney World’s most popular weeks is showing a different story!
During the week of Thanksgiving Break, Disney’s Hollywood Studios is currently unavailable for both theme park ticket guests…
…and Disney Resort guests from November 22nd through November 28th.
Annual Passholder availability, on the other hand, is seeing some unexpected changes. Halloween has already started to see its availability dwindle for Passholders in the Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, but that changes for Thanksgiving!
Hollywood Studios is only sold out on November 22nd, November 27th, and November 28th of that week for Annual Passholders. The other parks have full availability throughout the rest of Thanksgiving Break, along with the option to head to Disney’s Hollywood Studios on November 23rd through November 26th.
Reservations being available for Annual Passholders and not ticketed or resort guests has been rare since the parks have re-opened. If you’re an Annual Passholder looking to celebrate Thanksgiving in Disney World, there’s no better time than now to reserve those Disney Park Passes. And, since availability continues to change, you may want to do it sooner rather than later!
As Disney Park Passes see some fluctuation, we’ll keep you updated on the availability for all guests returning to Disney World! And, we’re here to answer any questions you may have about returning back to the parks!
What is your favorite park to visit during the holidays? Let us know in the comments below!