Walt Disney World Annual Passholder Park Passes Run Out For the Second Straight Day
Park Passes for Walt Disney World Annual Passholders ran out this morning for the second time in as many days.
The unavailability of Park Passes meant that Annual Passholders who did not already have a reservation could not visit any of Walt Disney World’s four theme parks before 2:00 pm.
As Walt Disney World is in what would traditionally be its “off-season,” it is a little surprising that Park Passes would run out.
How Disney chooses the number of Park Passes for a given today remains unclear. So, this could be a case of Disney throttling availability when crowds are abnormally high.
Interestingly, the unavailability of Annual Passholder park reservations comes after five straight “good-to-go” days when park reservations were not required for Passholders.
Additionally, both tomorrow and Tuesday are once again “good-to-go” days.
Annual Passholders Can Go To Three Parks Beginning at 2:00pm
For the Annual Passholders who could not get a Park Pass today, you can still visit EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios beginning at 2:00 pm.
Because it’s the weekend, Magic Kingdom will remain blocked off to Annual Passholders without park reservations.
While Disney no longer requires park reservations for guests with date-based tickets, it still requires them for Annual Passholders.
So, if you are a Passholder, make sure you check My Disney Experience for Park Pass availability.
Also, be sure to check back with MickeyBlog. We will continue to update you on all the news coming out of Walt Disney World!