Disney Park Pass availability increased for July 2021 at Walt Disney World including July 4

Jun 25, 2021 in "MyMagic+"

Posted: Friday June 25, 2021 2:32pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney has further added to the Disney Park Pass availability for July 2021 including July 4 as capacity continues to be raised at Walt Disney World theme parks.

Annual Passholder Park Passes are now available for July 4 at Magic Kingdom, Disney's Animal Kingdom, and Disney's Hollywood Studios. EPCOT remains unavailable on the fourth. 

Disney has said that it will not present its usual special edition firework shows on July 4, and will instead continue with the rollout of the 'Happily Ever After' at Magic Kingdom, and EPCOT Forever at EPCOT.

In addition to replenishing July, more dates are also now available in June 2021, with full availability from June 26 through to the end of the month.

Disney Park Passes are in high demand in early July as fireworks return to the Magic Kingdom and EPCOT. In addition, the parks are now operating with no mask requirements or physical distancing, offering guests a much more normal experience for the summer.

To enter a Disney World theme park, you will need a Disney Park Pass reservation and valid admission for that park—for each day you would like to visit.

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G00fyDadDec 12, 2021

I subscribed to their service partly in hopes that I could search for all of my potential ADRs but found out that it only allows two. However, they have more than enough other services to warrant purchasing the subscription. I understand why they limit it. It's just one of those little things that I wish was different. But you know what they say. You can wish in one hand and....

gerararDec 12, 2021

Disney routinely blocks IP addresses if you access/call their API endpoints/URLs excessively/routinely, so you need some type of rotating proxy (basically switch the IP you call from) to avoid getting blocked. Just of note, I pay about $5 a month for rotating 100 proxies, but that’s just for my own personal use/bots. Put that on a larger scale and can probably get costly, plus add in costs for running servers or serverless services, so it’s understandable why TP has such limit for a free service.

MisterPenguinDec 12, 2021

Yeah, you got to let it find you what you're looking for, grab it, and then reset it for your next wish. They can't do too many more since it is taxing on their server side and might annoy Disney if they investigate a significant bot "attack." BTW, I too subscribe when I use the service as a thank-you.

cslaffertyDec 11, 2021

I found their expected wait time to be pretty accurate. Way better than Genie’s tip board.

ImperfectPixieDec 11, 2021

I keep our subscription active regardless of whether we're planning a trip or not. They provide an excellent service and we've used them a ton over the years...they deserve to be rewarded for that and the subscription is very reasonably priced, so I let it roll.

Chi84Dec 11, 2021

When that free service resulted in a coveted reservation to 'Ohana immediately before a Halloween party, I bought a subscription. I thought it was only fair. Sites like that deserve to be supported.

G00fyDadDec 11, 2021

TP is nice but it only allows me to "watch" for two ADRs. I wish it let me choose all of my desired ADRs.

MisterPenguinDec 11, 2021

TP very specifically doesn't charge for that 'service' since Disney would come down on them like a ton of bricks. You can use that service with a free registration to their site.

gerararDec 11, 2021

Not gonna lie, I’ve totally thought about it. But I’m pretty sure there’s other existing services out there that offer similar. Like I think TP offers one for dining reservations and such.

zulemaraDec 11, 2021

You could totally sell a subscription service and program a text to be sent to a list when slots open.

gerararDec 10, 2021

Hollywood Studios just opened up on Dec 20th and 21st. Just switched from AK on the 20th. This was the last opening I was looking out for, thanks to my bot lol

cslaffertyDec 10, 2021

Just finishing up our week at WDW and the park pass system and the 2pm park hopping rule really affected how we usually do the parks. For instance, Tuesday and today we had lunch reservations at Epcot, but Epcot doesn’t open to resort guests until 10:30. So normally we would have rope dropped MK at 8:30, gotten a couple hours of low wait rides in, and then jumped on the monorail to Epcot. But couldn’t do that because I had to have park reservations at Epcot because of the dining reservations. So, we sat in our room watching TV, waiting for Epcot to open when we could’ve been in the parks😡

networkproDec 09, 2021

Interesting as it hasn't impacted hopping. We had HS this morning and hopped to MK for Treats and Seats this evening (IMHO the only way to keep out of the mosh pit these days)

DCBakerDec 09, 2021

Park Reservations for some dates in the second half of December have been replenished for Ticket/Resort guests. Before/After