Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom sold out for four days in the first week of April 2024

22 days ago in "Magic Kingdom"

Posted: Friday March 29, 2024 11:27am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

According to the official Theme Park Reservation Availability calendar, Magic Kingdom is at capacity on four consecutive days in the first week of April 2024.

Tickets and park reservations are no longer available at Magic Kingdom on April 1, 2, 3, and 4. EPCOT, Disney's Animal Kingdom, and Disney's Hollywood Studios currently have full availability.

For Walt Disney World Annual Passholders, availability is better, with reservations available on all days with no current restrictions. March 31 was previously at capacity for passholders at Magic Kingdom, but reservations are now available again.

Note that on days when reservations are at capacity, Annual Passholders may still visit the theme parks after 2:00 pm without a theme park reservation, except on Saturdays and Sundays at Magic Kingdom.

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Disstevefan123 hours ago

Disney does not think their passholders are stupid..... They just hate them.

Fido Chuckwagon1 day ago

I’m waiting for the other shoe to drop on how ****ed AP holders are going to get when they move to allowing people to pay for prebooked Genie+ attractions, likely as part of vacation packages that AP holders might not necessarily be eligible for because we don’t need tickets. I hope they don’t do this and allow anyone staying at a Disney hotel to purchase, but I could see it. Back when Genie+ first launched AP holders could not buy it in advance for length of trip but regular ticket media could.

NelleBelle1 day ago

I think what Disney charges for the Incredi-pass, which I bought, I'm in the same boat as having to make reservations despited staying on property! Meanwhile, my mom, can buy dicounted tickets and not worry about it! I definitely left a long comment when I got the AP survey several weeks ago (not that it'll do any good). Along with the fact that I never get these so-called AP newsletters, have never been able to get a PH magnet (why can't they mail these??), etc.

SamusAranX3 days ago

Unfortunately, this is the result Disney wants. They hate AP holders

Disstevefan13 days ago

I really hate the PPRs. Oh boy, if you are booking a stay on property, your should not need a PPR no matter what entry ticket you use, their systems are smart enough to figure that out. Pre pandemic our family held 3 platinum passes for many many years. The good ol' days are over.

CJ23 days ago

Thanks Disney! Disney Incredi-Pass $1,449 +tax and I have to have a reservation to come even if I book a stay on property. I am taking my nephews to Disney and because they don't have AP, I could only book a stay with AP discount. No deal on tickets for them and I had to make reservations for my family but not my nephews. How much harder do you want to make it on people with AP. I will not be renewing the AP once it's up. Disney has made it clear to me that they want you to buy a package to visit.

Fido Chuckwagon4 days ago

Lol. I can't imagine these "good to go" days on days when any passholder can easily get a day of reservation at any park have any impact on guest behavior whatsoever. They are really stupid, and it’s a bad look for Disney because it makes it look like they think that their passholders are really stupid.

DCBaker4 days ago

Walt Disney World has added two Annual Passholder good-to-go days on April 22 and 23.

SingleRider5 days ago

The park hopping phone number also said MK was closed to hopping.

MisterPenguin5 days ago

It was intentional. They also stopped selling day-tickets to MK on that day.

nickys6 days ago

There was a recent pause in park hopping to MK. Whether it was a glitch in the app or not was debated but certainly there were notifications that hopping to Mk was paused. It didn’t last very long. I think the only other time was the day of the 50th, again at MK.

Patcheslee6 days ago

With park reservations dropped for some, have they reimplement phased capacity closures? We'll be arriving July 4th, and would like to grab a TS dinner in Epcot. Tickets for us is part of a package.

MisterPenguin15 days ago

The point being that MK has reached it max (the much reduced max from Christmases long ago), and that they're keeping people out -- APers who want to hop, and people buying tickets for MK for today.

Unbanshee15 days ago

That's separate from park hopping. Day tickets are more akin to a park pass