Are you heading to Disney World for Spring Break?
If so, we’ve got you covered with the best planning tips and trip suggestions! It’s one of the busiest times of year to visit the parks, even with limited capacity. Thankfully, Disney just replenished Disney Park Passes for February and March, and we’ve got the latest updates on availability!
Starting out with guests using regular theme park tickets, the passes have been mostly replenished for the rest of February. Previously, every day this week was yellow, but now there’s pretty open availability until the weekend when Magic Kingdom is full on Friday and Saturday.
The same is true for Disney Resort guests. This week was entirely yellow before, but now only Friday and Saturday fall in that category. Magic Kingdom is currently the only park that’s booked for those two days.
As for Annual Passholders, the only problematic day for the rest of this month is Saturday, February 20th. On that day, Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios are both full, with open availability at EPCOT and Magic Kingdom.
Looking forward to March, the only day that’s not green for theme park ticket guests is Monday, March 15th. On that day, Magic Kingdom is full.
We encountered the same results for Disney Resort guests, with Magic Kingdom full on the 15th. Previously, the week of the 14th and the week of the 28th were pretty booked up.
But for Annual Passholders, the whole month still has open availability!
Also, looking ahead into April, all categories are still green for the whole month. If your Spring Break is later, then you may want to make those reservations before they start to fill up!
That’s the latest on Disney Park Pass reservations for the next few months. If you were waiting for a specific park, now is the time to book!
Have you used the new Disney Park Pass system yet? Tell us your thoughts in the comments!