Thanksgiving has come and gone, and that means the holidays are right around the corner!
If you’re planning a holiday trip to Disney World, be prepared for crowds, long waits, and a whole lot of festive fun. But, if you haven’t already booked those Park Pass Reservations you might want to do so soon, as availability is starting to fill up quickly around Christmas and New Year’s!
Now is the time to book those holiday Park Pass Reservations if you haven’t already — things are starting to fill up! Let’s take a look at availability for Theme Park Ticket holders in December. Magic Kingdom is officially SOLD OUT for guests with regular theme park tickets on Christmas Day, and quite a few of the surrounding days only show some parks available.
As for now, New Year’s Day is still wide open for guests with theme park tickets.
For guests staying at Select Resort Hotels, the story is much of the same — at least for now. Christmas Day is sold out in Magic Kingdom, but there are still other parks available at the moment. The remainder of Christmas week is filling up with only some parks listed as available.
And here’s a look at park pass availability for Select Resort Hotels on New Year’s Day and the rest of January 2023!
Annual Passholders looking to head to Disney around the holidays should book park passes soon as well. There’s plenty of availability at the moment, but that will most likely change as we get closer to the holidays. Here’s what park pass availability looks like for Incredi-Pass Holders.
For Sorcerer Pass Holders, there’s availability but there are also blockout dates the week before and the week of Christmas.
Pirate Passholders also have blockout dates to worry about — from December 16th through January 1st!
And other than the normal weekend blockouts, Pixie Dust Passholders are also blocked out from December 16th through January 1st.
There’s also a chance that Disney could stop selling tickets for certain days around the holidays if demand becomes too high, so make sure you get your tickets as soon as possible and book your park pass reservations right away! Keep in mind that park pass availability is subject to change, but we’ll keep you updated!
If you don’t get the park pass reservation you were hoping for and have a Park Hopper Ticket, you can always make a reservation for another park and hop over after 2PM — just make sure you check to see if that park has reached capacity for the day yet. Read more about what to do when a park hits capacity here!
Be sure to stay tuned to DFB for the latest happenings from Disney World and more!
Do you have your holiday park pass reservations booked? Let us know in the comments!