Walt Disney World Resort will be celebrating its 50th Anniversary Celebration this year, October 1, 2021. Unfortunately, if you did not get a Disney Park Pass we can now confirm that they are all fully booked for the time being.
Amid the ongoing pandemic, the Walt Disney World Resort is currently using a reservation system in order for Guests to access the theme parks. Guests must make a Disney Park Pass reservation online — Disney has recently reintroduced Park Hopping, However, Guests are still required to make and use one Disney Park Pass prior to Park Hopping. This is all of course in an effort to control crowd levels at this time as Walt Disney World theme parks are operating on a modified capacity limit, one which the recently confirmed has not risen past 35%.
Disney separates their Park Pass availability into a few different categories, Hotel Guests, Annual Passholders, and Ticket Holders. For October 1, 2021, all of the passes in all categories are no longer available.
This only applies to the Magic Kingdom, as currently, the other three parks are available on that date. Here is a look at the Park Pass availability for Annual Passholders:
Here is what it looks like for Resort Guests:
Last, Theme Park Ticket Holders:
Didn’t get to make a reservation for Magic Kingdom on October 1? Do not worry, the other theme parks are still open and available. BUT word of caution! These Disney Park Pass reservations could go quickly due to the 50th Anniversary Celebration. So be sure to check out the Walt Disney World Park Pass Reservation Calander to plan your trip accordingly.
Will you be in Magic Kingdom for the 50th Anniversary of Walt Disney World? Let us know in the comments!