The holiday season is one of the busiest times of the year for Walt Disney World!
People travel from all over to check out the Christmas decorations, the holiday snacks, and Mickey and friends dressed in their festive best! During this time when many guests have extra days off of work, the parks can get pretty crowded, and it can be more difficult to plan your trip. That’s why we’ve been trying to keep our readers updated on the latest in Disney Park Pass availability, and today we’ve got lots to share!
Checking out the latest Disney Park Pass availability for the rest of 2020, we’re definitely noticing some interesting trends. For resort guests in November, only Animal Kingdom and EPCOT still have availability for this week (keep in mind that many people have the week off for Thanksgiving). There’s pretty limited availability through the rest of the month as well.
Update: For Annual Passholders this month, the 5 days of this upcoming week were completely full when we looked on November 23rd.
But, things are looking a bit different today. Now, Park Passes appear to be available for Annual Passholders for EPCOT only on November 25th and 26th, but there is still no availability at any of the parks on November 27th and 28th. We’ll continue to monitor the Park Pass calendar to see if there are any future changes.
Regular ticket holders have the choice of visiting either EPCOT or Animal Kingdom this week, adding Magic Kingdom to that list next week. Hollywood Studios is completely full for all three guest types for the rest of this month!
Looking forward to December, Magic Kingdom has been completely booked for Christmas Day — no surprise there! For Resort Guests, December is filling up on the weekends, although there’s still pretty open availability for Christmas week. The week after Christmas is losing availability quickly, though.
Annual Passholders are pretty booked up for the first half of the month, but we see a lot more options in the second half of the month.
Finally, ticket guests in December see very similar availability to that of December resort guests, including several options during Christmas week!
Hopefully, this look at Disney’s Park Pass availability will help you finalize your Disney World plans for this year! Remember that if a date isn’t available currently, you can always keep checking back to see if the calendar updates as Disney may add more availability.
We’ll make sure to continue sharing any significant changes we see with Disney Park Pass in order to help you prepare for your magical vacation!
Will you be visiting Walt Disney World before the end of 2020? Let us know in the comments!