Starting this month, Walt Disney World will once again sell annual passes which had been discontinued.
On April 20, fans will be able to purchase new passes, but there will be a limited quantity available. Currently, only Florida residents can purchase new annual passes, while existing out-of-state park guests can only renew their passes.
“We are so grateful for our Passholders who have a deep, strong connection to Walt Disney World, and we are looking forward to welcoming more of you to the Annual Passholder family,” the Disney Parks blog wrote.
In addition, Disney has made updates to their passholder program, including new benefits. Annual passholders will now have access to select Disney PhotoPass services, and they will also be permitted to enter the theme parks after 2 p.m. without requiring a park reservation. However, this exemption will not apply to Saturdays and Sundays at Magic Kingdom. These changes will come into effect from April 18.
Disney annual pass tiers available April 20:
Disney Pixie Dust Pass (Florida residents only) – $399
Allows entry on most weekdays, but is subject to blockout dates, including peak and holiday periods
Disney Pirate Pass (Florida residents only) – $749
Allows entry on most days, but is subject to blockout dates, including peak and holiday periods
Disney Sorcerer Pass (Disney Vacation Club members and Florida residents only) – $969
Allows entry on most days, but is subject to blockout dates on select days, during select holiday periods
Disney Incredi-Pass (All guests) – $1,399
No blockout dates apply
“The quantity of passes will be limited and passes, or a pass type, may become unavailable for purchase at any time,” the Disney Parks blog stated.
For additional information, individuals can refer to the Disney Parks blog.