Thinking of heading to Disney World during December to celebrate the holiday season?
One thing you’ll definitely need is a Disney Park Pass Reservation for each of the parks you want to visit on the specific days you want to be there. If you haven’t already booked your Park Passes for New Year’s Eve or Christmas Day, you definitely should soon as the days are starting to fill up!
Last time we checked the Disney Park Pass Reservation availability calendar for December, we noticed that reservations for Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Magic Kingdom were both unavailable for Theme Park Tickets Guests and Disney Resort Guests for December 25th, but Annual Passholders had full availability.
Currently, the calendar still shows Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios unavailable on December 25th for Theme Park Tickets Guests and Disney Resort Guests…
…but things for Annual Passholders have changed.
Currently, Park Passes for Magic Kingdom appear to be full for Annual Passsholders for December 25th, although the other 3 parks are still available. It should also be noted that Park Passes are also appearing as completely full on December 12th for Annual Passholders.
In terms of New Year’s Eve, things are filling up as well. Previously, on Park Passes for Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Magic Kingdom were fully booked for Theme Park Tickets Guests and Disney Resort Guests on December 31st. Now, Park Passes for Hollywood Studios, Magic Kingdom, AND EPCOT are full on December 31st for Theme Park Tickets Guests…
…and Disney Resort Guests.
This means that, at the moment, Theme Park Tickets Guests and Disney Resort Guests can only book Park Pass reservations (according to the availability calendar) for Disney’s Animal Kingdom for December 31st.
Annual Passholders, however, can still book Park Pass reservations at all 4 theme parks on December 31st.
This is all subject to change in the future, so we’ll keep an eye out for any updates. If you haven’t already booked your Disney Park Passes for your upcoming reservation, we highly recommend that you book them as quickly as possible!
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Are you planning to visit Disney World during New Year’s Eve? Let us know in the comments!