We’ve steadily seen more crowds at Disney World since its reopening, especially now that the holidays are in full force at the parks.
And that’s likely to be the case for Thanksgiving Week, at least according to today’s Disney Quarterly Earnings Call.
During the earnings call, Disney CEO Bob Chapek mentioned that Thanksgiving Week at Disney World was nearly booked to 100% capacity. Today Disney shared that the parks have increased capacity from 25% to 35%. So that means that Thanksgiving week is almost at 100% of that 35% .
We looked at Thanksgiving week to see what it looks like, and guests who still want to visit Disney World during the week of Thanksgiving might find themselves out of luck if they haven’t already landed a reservation.
This is the case for Theme Park Ticket Guests, Resort Guests, and Annual Passholders. EPCOT does seem to be the one park that still has availability every day for that week, but it’s likely to go fast, too, now that the other parks are filling up.
As always, we’ll keep you updated!
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