Happy holidays from Disney World! If you’re planning to visit Disney World during then next few months you’ll want to prepare for crowds, plan those dining reservations carefully, and get your tickets well in advance.
With the holiday season underway, Park Pass Reservations are also starting to fill up. If you’re planning to visit Disney World for New Year’s, here’s why you’ll want to grab those Park Passes ASAP!
If you haven’t already booked your Park Passes, and you’re planning on visiting Disney World during the next few weeks, you’ll want to act quickly.
In November, there is very little availability left for Theme Park Tickets holders…
…and those staying at Select Resort Hotels.
When it comes to December, things are also quickly filling up. When it comes to those with traditional Disney World Theme Park Tickets, Park Passes for New Year’s Eve and many of the days before it are now sold out for all parks.
Park Passes for January 1st are still available at most parks, but Park Passes at Magic Kingdom have already sold out for that date for guests with Theme Park tickets.
For those staying at Select Resort Hotels, the week of New Year’s Eve is essentially sold out as well.
Also, those staying at Select Resort Hotels will find that Park Passes are already sold out at Magic Kingdom for January 1st.
Now, let’s talk about Annual Passholders. For those with the Pixie Dust Pass, the week of New Year’s Eve is blocked out. There are, however, some Park Passes still available on select dates in November and early December.
The same is the case with the Pirate Pass, which is blocked out for much of the holiday season, but select Park Passes are still available.
The Sorcerer Pass is also blocked out for much of the holidays. But, on the days where the pass can be used, there are still some Park Passes available (though some parks are starting to fill up).
There’s still partial availability for the week of New Year’s Eve and full availability on New Year’s Day for the Incredi Pass.
Of course, all of this is subject to change.
Another thing to keep in mind (aside from just Park Passes) is that Disney World tickets may be unavailable to purchase on select dates. So far, some days in November…
…and December are now unavailable.
January still has full availability, but again remember that some Park Passes for January 1st are already starting to fill up for select guests.
If you’re planning to visit Disney World during the next few weeks and you don’t already have your Park Passes booked, you’re going to want to act fast! We’re on the lookout for Disney news, so stay tuned for all the latest updates.
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