Back in November, Disney World made the surprising move to suspend most Annual Pass sales. Of course, they paused Annual Pass sales when the parks were closed for COVID-19, but with the parks open and the vast majority of attractions and experiences open, it was surprising that Disney World would suspend sales.
Now, as we head into one of the busiest two-week periods of the year, it’s looking like the suspension of sales has led to extremely reasonable Disney Park Pass availability for Annual Passholders.
Before we look at Annual Passholder availability, here’s a look at availability for day tickets – that is, availability if you were to walk up to the ticket window and try to buy your way into the parks.
While most dates show as partial availability, there is no availability for Magic Kingdom for the rest of the year, and most availability is for Animal Kingdom and EPCOT.
With the lack of availability for regular tickets as context, let’s take a look at Disney Park Pass availability for Annual Passholders.
As you can see below, only a handful of days are sold out at each park. These are the availability calendars for Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom, respectively.
Granted, the only Annual Pass that isn’t blocked out beginning this weekend is the most expensive Incredi-Pass, but it’s clear that existing Annual Passholders should have no problems getting into the parks this holiday season.
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