Magic Kingdom is at capacity for the first week of April across all ticket types

Mar 31, 2023 in "MyMagic+"

Posted: Friday March 31, 2023 6:50am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The latest Walt Disney World Park Pass availability calendar shows a very busy week ahead for Magic Kingdom.

There is no availability for Magic Kingdom from Saturday, April 1, through Saturday, April 8, for Annual Passholders, resort hotel guests, or regular theme park tickets.

Magic Kingdom has two new experiences debuting this coming week, along with the continuation of the busy spring break season.

TRON Lightcycle Run officially opens on April 4, 2023, and the fan-favorite fireworks show Happily Ever After returns on April 3, 2023.

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jaklgreen1 day ago

They know if you are an AP holder or a DVC member. There would be no need to have a cast member OK it. The system knows.

EPCOT-O.G.1 day ago

Having experienced these in January ‘20, now I know how lucky those of you are that got to see the fully working Yeti in the early days of EE. I feel like WDW has no incentive to truly fix this element at this point, or take the ride offline long enough to get to the bottom of this. (I wonder - does the reliable revenue from an ILL make it less likely Disney will take a ride offline for needed refurbishment?)

DCBaker1 day ago

You just tap in and go.

Disstevefan11 day ago

More stupid questions by me in regard to the After 2PM rule. Is a human involved in enforcing the 2PM rule, or you just tap at the tap at the tap point put your finger on the thing at the entrance and the system knows you are an AP and its after 2PM, and you get the green and you go in?

Kamikaze1 day ago

The turbolasers say otherwise.

MisterPenguin1 day ago

It’s an incredible time to be a part of the Walt Disney World Annual Passholder program as we’ve taken the feedback we received from Annual Passholders and are making exciting changes. Passholders now receive access to select Disney PhotoPass benefits (age restrictions apply) and, beginning April 18, Annual Passholders can visit the theme parks after 2 p.m. without needing a park reservation, except on Saturdays and Sundays at Magic Kingdom Park. Pass blockout dates continue to apply. Passholders, if you’re planning on visiting Disney’s Hollywood Studios any time soon, I recommend you try out the new Disney PhotoPass Muppet*Vision 3D Lens – it’s a lot of fun!

DCBaker1 day ago

Here you go. "Annual Passholders may visit the theme parks after 2:00 PM without a theme park reservation, except on Saturdays and Sundays at Magic Kingdom park. Applicable pass blockout dates apply. Annual Passes are subject to the Walt Disney World Resort Annual Pass Terms and Conditions and are subject to change without notice."

Disstevefan11 day ago

Question out to all. Does anyone have a link to the official Disney website officially stating about not needing a PPR after 2PM for Annual passholders?

jpeden1 day ago

The fact that they’re still limiting hopping to 2PM while Disneyland has been 11AM for three+ months now is ridiculous. This angers me more than any other change - it forces you to waste time in AK and DHS or at your hotel. For us with small kids it means we use that as nap time instead of being in the park spending more time and most likely more money during that period.

DCBaker1 day ago

When the changes were announced that date-based tickets would no longer need a park reservation beginning January 9, 2024, there were some questions if there would be any changes to Park Hopping as Disney wasn't specific in the announcement. Today, Disney has clarified this by adding the following in bold in regards to Park Hopping (and as always, this can change). "With the updated Park Hopper experience, Guests must make a theme park reservation for the first park they plan to visit AND enter that first park prior to visiting another. At this time, a theme park reservation is not required after the first park, however, reservation requirements are subject to change. Beginning January 9, 2024, theme park reservations will no longer be required for date-based tickets. After Guests enter the first park, Guests will be able to visit the next park starting at 2:00 PM until each park’s regularly scheduled closure."

SamusAranX20 days ago

Yes both laser cuttings worked. Can’t remember if second Beck worked

harry5820 days ago

thats great! there are 2 laser cuttings... one in the cell and one in the elevator they both worked? and as to Beck He is obviously on the transport, but he is also in a booth at the very end. It is the one at the end that did not work

SamusAranX20 days ago

Kylo worked, the laser cutting worked. I’m a bit confused about what is meant on Beck, but that was only my second ride through. What am I missing that couldn’t have possibly worked?

Rteetz20 days ago

Kylo is hit or miss. In April for me he didn’t work. The guns haven’t worked at all in over a year at least.