Park Passes finally went away for most Disney World guests in early January. As a reminder, Park Passes essentially “hold” your spot at the first Disney World park you visit each day. Park Pass reservations were made before your visit and were subject to availability (meaning they could sell out!).
That restriction was lifted for MOST guests — but some guests still need to use the Park Pass reservation system (such as Annual Passholders and large school/competition groups that don’t have date-based tickets) to enter the parks. And today, February 10th, all of those Park Passes are SOLD OUT.
Wait a minute, it’s February, which means Disney World typically isn’t as busy as other months — how are Park Passes sold out? Well, there’s a MASSIVE cheer competition happening in Disney World this weekend. Remember when we said non-date-based ticketholders still need to make Park Pass reservations? Yep, that’s likely a large reason why these Park Passes are sold out.
Annual Passholders hoping to visit the parks today may be out of luck, too. The calendar shows NO reservations are available on February 10th, 2024.
Genie+ is also $27 today for Magic Kingdom or multiple parks, and while that’s not the highest it can go, it is still up there. This was our second indication that crowds would likely be very high today.
When we first walked into EPCOT, we did notice crowds already seemed a little high, and we’re expecting them to rise later in the day as teams from the cheer competition finish with their routines and head into the parks.
Looking for the best way to manage crowds in Disney World? Check out our posts below!
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