Will Disney World’s Closure Get Extended? Here’s What Analysts Have Said

In an effort to “flatten the curve” of the coronavirus, places around the country have been temporarily closing down,  including the Most Magical Place on Earth.

Cinderella Castle

While Disney has announced that the parks are currently intended to be closed until the end of March, analysts are estimating that it could be closed for longer than that.

It is important to note that, at this time, Disney still lists its official closure as being through March 31st. However, according to the Orlando Sentinel, research firm MoffettNathanson has published an analyst note in which, according to their estimations, “Disney World theme parks could close longer than the currently scheduled two weeks with the shutdowns running into mid-April.”

Tower of Terror

Reportedly, extending the closure into mid-April could cost the Walt Disney Company $1.4 billion in revenue over the course of two financial quarters.

Tree of Life

While we have not yet heard any official word from Disney beyond a closing through March 31st, we will continue to keep you updated as we learn more information.

Are you already planning a new Disney World trip later this year? Let us know down in the comments!

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2 Replies to “Will Disney World’s Closure Get Extended? Here’s What Analysts Have Said”

  1. wife and I are planning to visit Disney World April 25- May 02. we received our tickets yesterday and can begin making Fastpass+ March 27.