Fall tends to be a pretty busy time at Disney World, especially as it gets closer to Halloween night. Many Guests are already making plans to visit this park on Halloween night because passes are almost gone!
Many Disney Guests are already aware that a park pass is required to enter all 4 theme parks at Walt Disney World. This allows Disney to maintain a 35% capacity to ensure social distancing and health and safety guidelines are followed.
This summer is shaping up to be a busy one at Disney World as park passes for May, June, and July are already sold out for many categories and dates. Disney has even go so far as to remind Guests that there will be limited availability and to book those park passes if needed.
Another step Disney is taking to free up unused park passes is canceling park pass reservations that are not connected to a valid ticket. You can read more about that process HERE.
With the summer months filling up, it’s only a matter of time before the fall begins to book up as well. Back in January, October 1 had already sold out for Magic Kingdom in all three ticket categories. Shortly after Disney announced when Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure would open in Epcot (also October 1), reservations for that park also began to book up.
On November 22, Hollywood Studios is already sold out for theme park ticket guests and select resort hotel guests. This is the start of Thanksgiving week, and I am willing to bet more days will fill up as visitors continue to make plans.
Now, we are seeing this trend continue with Halloween night. Magic Kingdom is already sold out for both theme park ticket guests and select resort hotel guests on October 31. Annual Passholders still have availability for this evening.
Will there be a Halloween party this year?
Halloween is usually a popular day to visit Magic Kingdom because of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween party. While Disney has still not made any announcements regarding the party for 2021, it seems people may be making park passes just in case.
Is there anything more fun than trick-or-treating on Main Street USA on Halloween night? We will be sure to share when Disney announces news regarding the Halloween party!
Do you have park passes set for your next trip? Will you be visiting on Halloween? Leave us a comment below or on Facebook.