Disney fans have something familiar to look forward to this month. Walt Disney World just announced they are bringing back popular annual passes.
These passes were a fan favorite for Disney lovers but were previously discontinued over a year ago.
The mammoth family entertainment company posted a blog earlier this week with exciting details of what’s to come in Orlando’s main attraction.
Many former pass holders have practically been begging for the return of these passes. Disney officials confirmed, ”we heard you loud and clear!”.
What Disney Fans Will Receive With An Annual Pass
Beginning April 20, passes can be purchased online directly through Disney’s official website.
Although, quantities will be limited. The expectation is for certain passes to sell out quickly!
Those who are able to snag a pass in time will benefit greatly from the new amenities. Disney has taken feedback from prior users and made necessary changes to make this re-launch a hit!
Starting April 18, those with an Annual Pass will have access to theme parks after 2 pm without needing to make a reservation, with the exception of the Magic Kingdom on weekends.
Currently, Disney does sell $399 annual passes, but it is limited to residents of Florida for the Pixie Dust pass.
So, this will not be a new addition to the lineup. Current Pixie Dust consumers will have the option to upgrade once passes become available for sale online.
The upcoming passes will have a big jump in pricing but will offer many perks for its users.
Many new attractions are underway. With a new luxury hotel coming soon and the exciting revamp of Annual Passes, Disney enthusiasts will have a lot to take in!
Those who take advantage of the new passes can expect:
- Journey of the Water in Epcot
- TRON Lightcycle Run at Magic Kingdom
- Happily Ever After at Magic Kingdom
- Disney’s Animal Kingdom celebrates their 25th anniversary
Disney Pirate Pass
First, Disney will launch the Disney Pirate Pass. This pass is one step above the current Pixie Pass in terms of how it will benefit guests.
Just like the Pixie Pass, this option is limited only to those with a Florida address.
- Discounts on souvenirs, food, and more
- Hold reservations for up to 4 days at a time
- Vacationers staying at select hotels can add additional reserved times
- Admission to Disney World theme parks on most weekdays (some limitations may apply)
Pricing for this pass will be $749 plus taxes. Financing options are available.
Disney Sorcerer Pass
Next in line with more perks than the Pirate Pass is the new Sorcerer Pass. This pass is not limited to Florida residents, as Disney Vacation Club members are also welcome to purchase.
Vacation Club members will actually have access to a pre-sale on April 13 as part of their membership privileges.
This pass has the exact benefits of the Pirate Pass. However, instead of holding reservations for 4 days, Sorcerer pass holders will be able to extend that by an extra day.
In addition, they will also have theme park parking perks to start a fun day off right.
Pricing for this pass will be $969 plus taxes. Financing options are available.
Anyone anywhere is free to purchase the highly anticipated Disney Incredi-Pass. Blockout dates apply to both the Pirate and Sorcerer varieties.
The Incredi-Pass, however, does not have any blockout date restrictions at all. Users will also be able to hold theme park reservations for up to 5 days.
Pricing for this high-end pass will be $1399 plus taxes. Financing options are available.
For a more comprehensive understanding of each individual pass, Disney has provided a chart comparing all 4 pass options.
This tool will make it easier for shoppers to make the right decision for them.
Those interested in learning more about the latest news regarding Annual Passes should check out The Passholder Buzz, just launched by Disney.
This outlet can be found on the My Disney Experience app or online at Walt Disney World’s website.
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