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Disney World Park Reservations SOLD OUT for President’s Day

Typically on Fridays, we would give our readers a last-minute update on Theme Park Reservation availability at the Walt Disney World Resort for the upcoming weekend. Unfortunately, this week, we have news to deliver early.

As of 4:30 pm on Thursday, February 17, we can confirm that ALL Disney Park Reservations for ALL groups have been claimed for February 21, 2022, AKA President’s Day, as well as the preceding Sunday, February 20.

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Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios are all completely booked up for Theme Park Ticketholders, Guests Staying at Select Resort Hotels, and ALL Annual Passholder Tiers, including the Incredi Pass and the Pixie Dust Pass.

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But President’s Day weekend is even worse right now for Disney World’s Annual Passholders. According to the Park Pass Availability Calendar, the entire weekend is already booked up at all four Disney Parks. That includes Friday, February 18.

Meanwhile, Theme Park Ticketholders and Select Resort Hotel Guests can still choose between an EPCOT Park Reservation on February 18 or a Disney’s Hollywood Studios Park Reservation for Saturday, February 19, but it is very unlikely that this availability will stick around for long.

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But crowds will most likely stick around after this holiday weekend. Walt Disney World Resort is already anticipating massive crowds ahead. You can read more on that story by clicking the link below:

Read More: Park Hours Extended Select Dates Due to Crowds at the Magic Kingdom & Disney’s Animal Kingdom

This President’s Day Weekend is also set to be a historic one as Disney World makes one step closer to normalcy, finally making face coverings optional in all indoor and outdoor areas except for enclosed modes of transportation such as Disney Buses, the Disney Skyliner, and the Walt Disney World Monorail System.

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Read More: BREAKING: Disney World to Make Face Coverings Optional

We at Disney Fanatic will keep our eyes on Disney World this weekend and will update our readers as any new stories come to light.

About T.K. Bosacki

TK is a writer and editor based in Tampa, FL with a passion for all things Disney, and adventure.