Disney World passholders seeing long waits for park visits; Park Passes almost gone for July

With Walt Disney World reopening later this week, annual passholders who haven’t already booked their park passes will have to wait until Aug. 17 to visit some of the theme par

To help stop the spread of Covid-19, Walt Disney World has implemented a number of safety procedures as the theme parks reopen, including temperature checks, face mask requirements, social distancing, and making all guests have “Park Pass” reservations set-up in advance of visiting, even annual passholders. Park hopping is not allowed for any guests. FastPasses and Single Rider Lines will also not be available.

Just over a week ago, Park Pass reservations opened up for all annual passholders to reserve up to three days at a time, and the days started booking up quickly. As of this morning, July 5, 2020, almost all of the passes for July have been booked, with only Epcot being available on July 29 and 30. All other July dates are completely booked.

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