Disney Park Passes Replenished for February, March, and April

    According to the Walt Disney World Disney Park Pass availability calendar, Disney has replenished Disney Park Pass reservations in February, March, and April. As you can see in the photos below, all four theme parks are open for Resort Guests for the remainder of the month of February and most days are wide open for Annual Passholders. Previously, a few weekdays were sold out for Disney’s Hollywood Studios in March and April for Resort Guests. Those dates have been replenished as well. Disney World theme park capacity remains capped at 35%.

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    1. I totally disagree that they are keeping it at only 35 %. We have been there this week, And the crowds , were terrible, it was packed. As packed as it was about 2 years ago. And to make things worse , Restaurants are closed down, so the few that are open you have to wait in line. We had to wait over 30 minutes. This was at cosmic Rays. !! Never had to do this prior . They also had a resturant closed because they were running a line for a ride thru the middle of the dinning room. That’s crazy. !! Very frustrating , no social distancing for people walking around. The people walk were ever they want , don’t think about what side or walking down the middle 5-6 wide then you can’t walk past them . think about if you drive that way, how many crashes there be . stay to the far right one way and the other direction coming toward you to stay to the left side , with the center leave room for passing past slow walking people
      Sorry, the lines were so long, the attendance was a lot more than 35 % What happened to keeping the crowds under control.

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