Disney Park Pass Availability Restored On Some March and April Dates
Spring break seems to be in full swing at Walt Disney World with Park pass availability becoming increasingly limited. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic reservations must be made in advance for all parks. More details on the reservation system can be found here.
With capacity still limited at the Florida parks, Park Pass availability remains extremely limited throughout this month and next. See the calendars down below for details:
March availability remains limited for Select Resort hotels and general theme park tickets, but it has been replenished since yesterday. Magic Kingdom remains ever popular and the addition of new attractions such as Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway have bolstered the popularity of Disney’s Hollywood Studios. EPCOT and Animsl Kingdom are readily available though.
Annual Passholders see some more open availability at the end of the month.
All parks seem to be pretty open for Annual Passholders during most of the month of April. However, for everyone else availability for all four theme parks does not open up until April 14th.
Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios availability remains limited for those without Annual Passes. Looking forward, May the Fourth (and evidently May the Third as well) sees Disney’s Hollywood Studios already limited, no doubt for Star Wars fans to visit Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge on the special day.
Are you visiting any of the Florida parks this Spring? Let us know down below!