I’ve tried many different scenarios using the my Mousekepros Park Pass Procurement tool, but today I decided to try something new. Which of the four parks could I get a same day (yes, for TODAY) Park Pass? For any that I booked for our family of five, I would do a “catch and release” once found and keep trying for the other parks.

As the calendar above shows, there is absolutely no availability for any of the Walt Disney World parks today. Right around 10am, we started searching for availability. An hour later, we had our first booking: Magic Kingdom. Sure, the park had already been opened for two hours, but there was still time for a nearby resident to spend several hours there.

We quickly canceled this Park Pass which allowed us to book another for today. Within an hour, our second Park Pass was booked. Epcot had been open for only an hour and still had nine hours remaining in it’s day.

Right after we received a text alert about booking Epcot, we received another message about availability at Animal Kingdom. Our tool couldn’t book this for us as we already had an existing Park Pass for today. I cancelled Epcot and tried to get Animal Kingdom, but the Disney World website said there were none available. Forty minutes later, however, Animal Kingdom was booked.

Two hours passed and at this point I assumed our luck was over as the chances of landing a Hollywood Studios Pass wasn’t likely. The park opened at 10am and both Virtual Queue releases had come and gone. To my surprise, shortly after 3pm we booked the fourth and final Park Pass of the day.

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