Since Disney World reopened, a lot of changes have been made at the parks in response to the global health crisis. Guests must now properly wear appropriate face coverings, and social distancing guidelines are now in place.
And although park pass reservations have sold out in the past, today we noticed a sign at Magic Kingdom notifying guests that park pass reservations were no longer available for any of Disney World’s four parks. This is the first time we’ve seen a sign like this at the parks.
This sign was placed with the usual health and safety notice signage (including information about temperature checks, physical distancing, and face coverings).
Although the sign indicates that park passes aren’t available for any parks, we always recommend that guests check the Disney World website before giving up hope. Even a quick check for park pass availability this morning shows that EPCOT still has park passes available for today.
Those EPCOT park passes could sell out quickly for sure. But availability is always changing (kind of like FastPasses pre-closure — people can and do cancel them), so keep checking back even if you see these signs are out.
We’ll keep you updated on any other updates that we find at Disney World regarding park pass availability, so stay tuned.
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