Walt Disney World park passes sold out during spring break

If you want to book a last-minute trip to Walt Disney World for spring break, you may have to make other plans.

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To visit one of the parks at Walt Disney World, guests need to book what the company calls a Disney Park Pass, as well as have some sort of ticket for entry. This could be a single-day ticket, a length-of-stay ticket tied to a hotel reservation or an annual pass.

Recently, all available park passes sold out for all Walt Disney World Parks from March 13 through March 19. There is limited availability, meaning that some but not all of the parks are available through April 10. The first day, as of Tuesday, that all parks are available is April 11.

WTSP reported that there is no availability for either Magic Kingdom or Disney’s Hollywood Studios on most days through the rest of the month, leaving only Epcot and/or Animal Kingdom open for guests.

Click here to see the latest availability depending on what type of ticket you hold.

Walt Disney World, according to WFTV, has been operating at about 35% capacity recently. In addition to attendance caps, park officials have instituted temperature checks and mask-wearing throughout the parks and resorts.