When Walt Disney World unveiled its new park pass system, Disney Resort Guests reportedly began to fill up most of the latter half of July. But the availability calendar is now showing a different story: All theme parks have availability on every July day they are open save one day at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, including all four reopening days.
This update follows Inside the Magic’s previous report that showed new availabilities as well, but also more days with parks marked unavailable.
New availability is only appearing for Disney Resort Guests. The park passes for Annual Passholders and theme park ticket holders are still being booked up. Disney World Public Relations directly confirmed with Inside the Magic that each of the three groups listed above will be allotted a number of park passes.
This update raises the question: is Walt Disney World adding more passes for Resort Guests, or are Resort Guests canceling their plans and forfeiting their passes?
Out of all three reservation groups, Disney Resort Guests went first and reported the most issues with the Park Pass System. Guests reported being unable to log in or secure park passes for certain days. While these issues were resolved, there were no such concerns with Annual Passholder or pre-existing ticket holders.
Walt Disney World has yet to comment on this new availability, leaving the reasoning for it, at this point, a mystery.
We will update Inside the Magic as more information on this new availability comes to light.
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