If you’re an Annual Passholder looking to go to Walt Disney World in the next few weeks, your options are looking a little more wide open!
Since the parks reopened in July, Disney World has implemented a Park Pass Reservation System, where you have to make a reservation at one of Disney World’s four theme parks — Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, or Animal Kingdom — before you can enter.
Disney World’s theme parks are currently operating at about 35% capacity, and so getting a reservation as an Annual Passholder isn’t as easy as getting one if you’re a ticket holder or a Disney Resort guest. But now, Disney has released a new round of availability for APs!
This upcoming weekend (January 16th-18th) is Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend, a popular three-day weekend for vacationers. And while the parks were COMPLETELY booked for Annual Passholders earlier this week, when we checked availability today, we saw that all four parks are available from now through January 22nd.
In fact, the only days showing less than full availability are the weekends of January 23rd and January 30th. On the 23rd, the only available park for APs is EPCOT, and on the 24th, 30th, and 31st, ALL parks are available except for Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Disney Resort Guests have full availability throughout January…
…as do Theme Park Ticket holders.
When Park Passes fill up for the coming weeks, or when more availability pops up, we’ll fill you in, so stay tuned to DFB!
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Are you planning on visiting Disney World in January? Let us know in the comments!