If you’re planning your visit to Walt Disney World, you likely know by now that you must have a Park Pass reservation to access any one of the four parks. Snagging a Park Pass reservation as soon as possible is increasingly important, as we’re starting to see more and more capacity days as Spring sets in and Disney fans flock to the parks. Currently, the Park Pass calendar is showing all Walt Disney World parks are at capacity through April 8 for all except Passholders.
As you’ll see in the March screenshots below, of the three ticket tiers (Theme Park Tickets, Select Resort Hotels, and Annual Passes), only Passholders have the option of going to select parks for some of the remaining March dates.
March “Theme Park Tickets” tier showing at capacity.
March “Select Resort Hotels” tier showing at capacity:
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March “Annual Passes” tier showing select March dates/parks available.
As we turn the calendar into April, the same happens for the first part of April, leaving April 1-8 closed to all guests, except Passholders.
April “Theme Park Tickets” tier showing at capacity through April 8:
April “Select Resort Hotels” tier showing at capacity through April 8:
April “Annual Passes” tier showing select April dates/parks available.
As previously shared in February, Bob Chapek, confirmed the park capacity will remain at 35% with a rise depending on the COVID-19 public vaccination rate. We haven’t heard an update from Disney regarding any new park capacity insight, but we’ll be sure to share if Disney decides to increase capacity. In the meantime, don’t forget to snag those Park Pass reservations ASAP!