That’s because, in order to visit any of Disney World’s reopened theme parks, guests are required to obtain a theme park reservation for each day of their visit. Previously, some days were showing no availability for guests to book new Park Pass reservations, but we’ve been noticing Park Pass availability return for some days and levels of eligibility.
When we looked at the reservation system moments ago, every day with the exception of July 24th was showing full Disney Park Pass availability for resort guests! Previously, Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios were fully booked for multiple dates in July.
At this time, Annual Passholders are still faced with almost no remaining availability for Park Passes in July. The only dates that were still available when we checked were July 29th and 30th and for EPCOT only. But hey, scoop those up!
EPCOT’s 2020 International Food & Wine Festival begins July 15th when the park reopens!
In addition to resort guests, guests with theme park tickets still have a wide range of dates to choose from as well. Disney’s Hollywood Studios has filled up for guests with this type of admission from July 15th through July 19th, but the rest of the Disney Park Pass availability calendar remains open.
The moral of the story: Given how quickly things can change when it comes to Park Pass availability, we recommend acting swiftly if you’re interested in any of these upcoming dates in July. The capacity of the Disney theme parks is currently extremely limited and liable to fill up again FAST!
Have you made theme park reservations using Disney Park Pass? Tell us about your experience using the new system in the comments below!