The Walt Disney World Resort may have canceled its Halloween celebration, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, but that has not stopped fans from wanting to spend the spooky day in the Magic Kingdom (especially since Disney is moving forward with Halloween decor!).
According to Walt Disney World’s Park Pass Availability Calendar, all park passes set aside for Walt Disney World Annual Passholders for the Magic Kingdom on Saturday, October 31 have been taken.
This marks the first major holiday where a Disney World theme park will be completely booked under the new system. But what makes this event most extraordinary is that Halloween is the first day since reopening where Annual Passholders booked up Magic Kingdom–or really any other park–before Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
But if you are an Annual Passholder and find yourself looking for a park pass in vain, do not lose all hope. We have reported in the past that Walt Disney World has a habit of allocating more park passes to their Passholders that were originally saved for Disney Resort Guests and Theme Park Ticket Holders. Keep your eyes on the calendar as perhaps the Magic Kingdom will become available once again.
Passholders can also turn their Halloween Saturday in the park into a weekend getaway by booking a room at a Disney Resort Hotel. This move will then allow them to make park pass reservations as Disney Resort Hotel Guests rather than Passholders.
For Guests still planning to visit the Magic Kingdom on Halloween, remember that Magic Kingdom’s operating hours will be much shorter.
If you are still looking to make the most out of your Annual Pass and are looking to book your next trip to Walt Disney World, our friends at Academy Travel are standing by to help. Academy’s agents know what it takes to help you take the biggest possible advantage of your Passholder status and organize the most magical trip possible.