During yesterday’s quarterly financial results conference call, Chief Executive Officer Bob Chapek stated that capacity was already being increased, and would continue to be increased, as a result of loosening CDC guidelines. Now, we’re seeing those capacity changes reflected in the Park Pass reservation system.
In the remainder of May, and most of June, all Walt Disney World theme parks are nearly completely open for booking to Theme Park Ticket and Select Resort Hotels guests. The Memorial Day Weekend and start of summer has been a highly-coveted time for travelers, and many of these dates were unavailable, and passes for Disney’s Hollywood Studios were already replenished once before.
Unfortunately for Annual Passholders, the increased capacity doesn’t seem to be trickling down to them as of the time of publishing. The remaining three weekends in May are completely unavailable, as they have been for some time. Weekdays have spotty availability, with Disney’s Hollywood Studios being totally sold out, and other parks having inconsistent availability.
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While most of June is still open for Annual Passholders, the three-pass limit means they tend to book on shorter notice as they wait for one of their reservation slots to be available. Close-in availability, especially on weekends, is the most important for Passholders and has yet to be replenished despite Resort & Ticket guests having those same weekends restored.
Stay tuned to WDWNT.com for more updates on the Park Pass system at Walt Disney World.
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