As Halloween activities have taken over Disney World, the parks have been getting busier and busier.
And that means that Halloween park passes have also been going fast for pretty much everyone!
A few weeks ago, Park Passes for this park filled up for all guests, but yesterday that changed, and today it has changed again!
The week of New Year’s Eve is generally a crowded week at Disney World. Despite the parks’ current capacity limits and limited entertainment options due to the global health crisis, that still could be the case this year.
And now that we’re looking at park pass availability for the week of New Year’s Eve in 2020, and it looks like at least one park, Hollywood Studios, is going to fill up quickly.
After Disney World’s reopening, we slowly began to see weekend park pass availability beginning to fill up for Annual Passholders on a regular basis, particularly with Disney’s Hollywood Studios. (Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is still a HUGE draw.)
And most recently, we noticed that weekends in October were beginning to fill up for Annual Passholders.
If you’re headed to Disney World soon, you’ll need to make sure you’ve got a valid park ticket as well as a Park Pass reservation for the park you wish to visit each day of your trip.
The Park Pass reservation is a new requirement for park entry that was introduced after Disney World reopened. Now, we’ve spotted an update on Park Pass Availability for guests who want to visit the parks this month.
Walt Disney World guests are required to make a Park Pass reservation before entering any of the theme parks.
The reservations are subject to availability and tend to run out quickly for Annual Passholders. This is especially true for Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The theme park recently opened the incredibly popular new land, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, and the brand new attraction, Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway. This has been a huge draw for general theme park guests and Annual Passholders alike.
If you were hoping to visit Disney’s Hollywood Studios over Labor Day weekend and haven’t reserved you Disney Park Passes yet, you might’ve missed your chance!
Reservations for Disney’s Hollywood Studios have become notoriously more challenging to snag since the new Disney Park Pass system when live, often booking up weeks in advance. And since you need a Disney Park Pass reservation AND valid admission to visit Disney’s Hollywood Studios during Disney World’s initial reopening phase, you may not be able to get in at all unless you’re on your A-game! Since this is such a major adjustment, we want to make sure you know what is available and what your park options are.