Walt Disney World Park Passes Completely Sold Out For Annual Passholders Today

Brit Tuttle

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Walt Disney World Park Passes Completely Sold Out For Annual Passholders Today

If you’re a Walt Disney World Annual Passholder, and you planned on visiting the theme parks before 2 p.m. today, you might be out of luck as all park passes are currently sold out.

Passholder Park Passes Sold Out Today

A screenshot of the My Disney Experience app, showing the theme park reservation calendar for Annual Passholders.

As you can see in the image above, Annual Passholders are currently unable to make any theme park reservations for all four Walt Disney World theme parks, as of 8:40 a.m. ET.

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This is being strictly enforced at the parks. Today, while visiting Disney’s Hollywood Studios, we saw a family be turned away by a Guest Relations Cast Member for not having a park pass.

Looking at the theme park reservation calendar, there are no other sold-out dates, and there are even some “good to go” dates coming up in the next two weeks, when a reservation will not be required for Passholders.

A screenshot of the My Disney Experience app, showing available parks for a day ticket to Walt Disney World.

In addition, theme park ticket guests making a day visit only have the option to choose either Disney’s Animal Kingdom or EPCOT; Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios are unavailable, according to My Disney Experience.

The 2 p.m. rule still applies, so those without park passes may choose to wait until after that time to visit the Disney theme park of their choice today — unless more passes are released later this morning. In addition, those who did manage to grab park passes for today or have a valid Park Hopper ticket may park hop at any time. Read our full guide to park hopping at Walt Disney World.

Has this affected your plans for visiting Walt Disney World today? Let us know in the comments.

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