Walt Disney World Park Reservations 77% Booked for Q1 2021, Thanksgiving Close to Capacity

During today’s Fiscal Full Year and Q4 2020 Earnings Results webcast, Disney CFO Christine McCarthy has indicated that Disney Park Pass reservations for Walt Disney World are currently 77% booked for Q1 2021, or the current holiday season through December. Thanksgiving was noted as being “close to capacity”—do note that during this webcast it was also revealed that the parks are now operating at 35% capacity.

Disney Park Pass availability was recently restored for all guests from November 29 through December 19. Previously, parks such as Disney’s Hollywood Studios had been fully booked through the end of the year, so if you’re planning on hitting Tinseltown for the holidays, make sure you book your park passes before they’re gone again! 

You can read the full Q4 2020 financial results here.

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  1. With all going on, What does Disney have planned for Mickey’s birthday on the 18th of this month ???

  2. So… 77% park passes booked of 35% capacity max is still very low. And of those park pass bookings, how many are APs vs. package/day tickets? At least half, I’m sure.

    This is what Disney needs to address. To say “our earnings weren’t as bad as we thought” is quite a different picture than “we’re not getting nearly as close to as BAU revenue with regular bookings from packages, etc.”

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