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Walt Disney World Annual Passholder Park Pass Availability Reduced for April, Magic Kingdom Unavailable Most Dates

UPDATE: As of 2:15 p.m. this afternoon, the Annual Passholder Park Pass availability calendar has been updated with more availability. See the update here for more information.

Walt Disney World Annual Passholders awoke this morning to find the available park pass selections drastically reduced in comparison to yesterday. Overnight, Disney removed park passes for select parks for the next three weeks, likely to help crowd control over the busy spring break season.

Magic Kingdom

Magic Kingdom AP park passes

The Magic Kingdom is only available on two dates between April 1 and 21.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Disneys Hollywood Studios AP park passes

Disney’s Hollywood Studios has a little more availability, with a total of five dates available in the same timeframe.

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Disneys Animal Kingdom AP park passes

Disney’s Animal Kingdom has 12 open dates, with more available dates than unavailable.

EPCOT

EPCOT ap park passes

EPCOT, however, is fully available, so you can still enjoy the 2022 International Flower & Garden Festival at your leisure.

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  1. My thought was that limiting the sale of passed that had those dates available in the first place was supposed to be the crowd control measure– not creating de-facto blackout dates later on after selling passes that were advertised to not have them.

    If the park passes are filling up, that’s one thing, but that doesn’t appear to be what happened here.

  2. Hmmm… we have the Sorcreed’s & every park for every day is available except for 4,5,6 where Hollywood Studios is unavailable & the 4th Magic Kingdon.

  3. Leave it to Dosney to sell you an AP with no blackout dates and then block you from attending when they choose. What a rip-off it has become.

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