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Confirmed: More Park Passes Available from Previously Sold Out Days

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Confirmed: More Park Passes Available from Previously Sold Out Days

More park passes are indeed available for previously sold out days! See more below!

Whew, it’s been a week! The new Park Pass reservation system finally rolled out after weeks of curiosity.

Hollywood Studios was the first park to reach capacity for Park Passes, beginning with July 15 (reopening day) and sold out days through July 18. This is not surprising considering the size of Hollywood Studios and the fact that two of the newest Disney World attractions are housed there: Rise of the Resistance and Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway.

As it currently stands, Hollywood Studios is not booked up for anymore days for months to come! If you still need to get tickets and Park Pass reservations, do not fret!

Disney’s Animal Kingdom is also not showing availability for Resort Guests for July 12-14. It is set to reopen on July 11.

The availability calendar is pretty important! You will want to make sure your vacation days currently have availability at the parks you want to visit.

You can see how to view this availability calendar HERE.

Annual Passholders

Walt Disney World Annual Pass design 2015

We previously shared that more new Park Passes would be available for Annual Passholders, who are currently able to book up to 3 Park Passes without a resort reservation. This is now live!

Also, if you look at the handy dandy park availability calendar you will see that switching from Resort Guest to Annual Passholder shows that Park Passes are still not available for Resort Guests but ARE available for Annual Passholders!

Check out the photo below:

I know this has been worrisome for Annual Passholders. Many feel that Disney has not done the best job making sure its Annual Passholders are well taken care of throughout this entire situation.

So if you are an Annual Passholder with no resort reservations go ahead and book your 3 days NOW!

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Good morning KtP,
    My concern is that they are taken care of the annual pass holders, but what about DVC? I’ve had my reservation for 11 months now, and traveling from out of state-but I still can’t buy tickets yet. My opinion is they should They take of the people that have current reservations vs annual pass holders that more than likely live in FL.
    Is June 28th still the lock in time for me to try and buy a ticket for my family? I know these are unprecedented times, but again my opinion, but they should take care of existing reservations first.
    Thx
    Anthony

    • There is more availability for this with tickets on July 28. They mentioned a while back that they would cease selling tickets for a while. Resorts have the most park pass allotment as well

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