NEWS: 77% of Disney World Park Passes Are Booked Through End of Year

The Walt Disney Company shared its Q4 earnings today, so we’ve had a LOT of Disney news coming out!

Tomorrowland at Magic Kingdom

From the massive Disney+ subscriber growth, to increased capacity at the parks, and even the latest on the Disney Cruise Line, Disney shared a variety of updates from all sectors of their businesses. And, when it comes to their theme parks, it sounds like they have a big end of the year ahead of them.

In their call, CEO Bob Chapek reported that Disney World bookings for the first fiscal quarter are currently at 77%. The first fiscal quarter began in October and will run through the beginning of January 2021.

Christmas Decorations at Magic Kingdom

Along with this news, Chapek also announced that Thanksgiving Week is almost fully booked at 100%. This would be nearly 100% of the new limited capacity of 35% attendance at the parks, which was recently increased from 25%.

Magic Kingdom

In the past several weeks, we have already seen increased crowds with Disney Park Pass availability filling up fast. We’ll continue to keep you updated with any further devlopments!

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Do you have plans to go to Disney World this year? Let us know in the comments.

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