The Disney Parks at Walt Disney World Resort have been fully booked for Annual Passholders this July. This means that if you are an AP who did not snag a Disney Park Pass reservation yet, right now you only have the option of August or later.
Remember: If you plan to visit the Disney Parks in the foreseeable future, a reservation using the Disney Park Pass system is required. Read more here.
If you take a look at the screenshot of the Disney Park Pass reservation system calendar (taken by an ITM reporter who is a WDW AP), you will see that none of the four Disney World theme parks (Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, EPCOT, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios) are accepting any more AP reservations this month.
Disney Park Pass availability is still shown for Disney Resort hotel Guests and ticket holders on select days from July onward. Note that Annual Passholders can book reservations for access to the Disney Parks
Also note that Disney has been opening up more availability for Disney Park reservations. The availability of reservations is subject to change, as Disney states and as we have noticed. Additionally, keep in mind that all children under three years old do not need a Disney Park Pass, just as they do not need a ticket to enter the theme parks.
To view the Disney Park Pass availability calendar — which shows which parks are available for reservations for WDW Annual Passholders, Disney Resort hotel Guests, and ticket holders — click here. For more information on the reopening of Walt Disney World Resort, click here.
Don’t forget to contact the expert Disney Vacation Planners at Academy Travel to help you put together your dream trip. Academy Travel is currently booking vacations for 2020 and 2021, and they can help you navigate the Disney Parks as you adjust to the changes and safety measures in place. Get in touch to book your trip today!