In order to visit Disney World since it reopened over the summer, guests need to use the Disney Park Pass system, which allows you to make reservations to your first park of the day. (Guests with Annual Passes or Park Hopper tickets can then hop to another park after 2PM.)
And those about to go to Disney World for spring break have some good news: Park Passes have been REPLENISHED for the rest of February, March, and April!
For the rest of February, we had been seeing NO availability for Annual Passholders on Saturday, February 27th…
…But now, every park but Disney’s Hollywood Studios is available!
March was also looking pretty booked up for some parks for Disney Resort Guests.
Now, the whole month is all green! (And not because of St. Patrick’s Day!)
Park passes are also fully available in March for Annual Passholders and theme park ticket holders.
Disney Resort Guests also had less-than-full availability for the first nine days of April. For instance, on April 1st, Hollywood Studios was NOT available!
But now, you can ride Slinky Dog Dash and try for that Rise of the Resistance boarding pass all month long! (Or, you know, go to any other Disney World park as a resort guest.)
Theme park ticket holders and Annual Passholders also have full Park Pass availability!
When Park Passes are snatched up (or get replenished again!), we’ll be sure to fill you in so you can plan your park days accordingly! And be sure to stay tuned to DFB for crowd levels and more Disney World news!
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Are you traveling to Disney World for spring break? Let us know in the comments!