Heading to Disney in the next few months? We’ve got good news!
Disney Park Passes have been almost completely refilled! Once guests have a valid theme park ticket, they need to make one of these reservations for their first park of the day. We’ve previously seen February and even March filling up, but more spots are available once again.
Previously, Annual Passholders had limited availability in February and March, with all 4 parks booked for February 27th.
Now, Passes have been replenished for February, although Disney’s Hollywood Studios is unavailable on the 26th and 27th.
Passes were also fully restocked for March and beyond!
Similarly, both Resort Guests and Theme Park Ticket Holders have seen their February Park Passes almost fully restocked. Hollywood Studios is full on February 25th, but other than that, these guests can choose from any of the 4 parks every day.
Resort Guests and Theme Park Ticket Holders also have full access to the parks in March — a large chunk of the month had been partially full before.
Like Annual Passholders, Resort Guests and Theme Park Ticket holders have wide-open options for any of the following months. Do keep in mind, though, that October 1st (Disney World’s 50th anniversary) is fully booked for all guest types at Magic Kingdom.
In other words, all 4 parks are wide open to all guest types, as long as you’re not visiting Disney World this weekend or on October 1st. We’ll keep you posted as the calendar continues to shift. Stay tuned to DFB for more Disney news!
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