If you have been to Disney World during the ongoing pandemic, you likely have had to get used to a few park operational changes. One of the biggest differences for Guests is that they now need to make a Disney Park Pass reservation in order to gain admission into a Disney theme park. With capacity being reduced to 35%, snagging a Disney Park Pass to your park of choice can be difficult, depending on the date, park, and time of year. Now, it seems that amid the pandemic, Spring Break will be as crowded as possible this year.
One way Guests can map out what days are available for Disney Park Passes would be to check the availability calendar. We did just that and noticed that in the middle of March, there are already four days where EPCOT, Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios are all already at capacity.
As you can see above, March 15-18 are greyed out, which means that there are no parks available for Guests to choose from. Another interesting thing to note is that there are no green days left in March. This means that every day for the rest of the month already has one or more Disney parks at capacity. Therefore, if there is a date that you were planning on visiting Disney World this month, it would be best to grab a Disney Park Pass as soon as possible to ensure you have a spot in the park.
If the park you want to visit is already at capacity for the date you pick, there is still a chance you can enter! If you have a Disney pass that has the ability to allow for Park Hopping, Guests can Park Hop to their park of choice after 2:00 pm, so long as they have entered the park of their Disney Park Pass reservation. Be sure to call the capacity hotline, 407-560-500 before Park Hopping to ensure that your next Disney Park will be allowing Guests in, especially on days when all Disney Park Pass reservations are sold out.
Will you be visiting Disney over spring break? Let us know what you think of the incoming crowds below.
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