Disney World Annual Passes Return With Prices Increases
News - WDW 06-Sep-2021
Disney has finally announced the return of the Disney World annual pass. While not many Brits who follow Mickey From The UK are annual passholders - I know there are a few. So for those followers, here is the information about the new annual passes. We Brits can only purchase the top tier pass, however, any British DVC members can purchase the second pass as well, as explained below.
Disney Incredi-Pass $1299 + tax
This pass gives guests access to all 4 theme parks with no blockout dates. Guests can have up to 5 park reservations at a time.
Disney Sorcerer Pass $899 + tax
This pass is for Florida residents or DVC members only. This pass has some blockout dates which occur around Thanksgiving, select holiday periods, and the second half of December. Guests can have up to 5 park reservations at a time.
Disney has also announced the Pirate Pass ($699+tax) and the Pixie Dust Pass ($399+) but these have many blockout dates and are available for Florida residents only.
Perks & Optional Extras
Standard theme park parking is included in all passes, as well as up to 20% discount on dining and merchandise. Passholders will also have access to "bonus reservations" where at certain periods of the year you can hold extra park reservations that don't count towards your 5.
To enjoy PhotoPass downloads (which was previously included in the Platinum passes) now costs an extra $99+tax. To add water park access, that also costs another $99+tax.
If you are renewing your annual pass, you do get a discount when you do. Disney Pixie Dust Pass renewal price is $339 + tax, Disney Pirate Pass renewal price is $594 + tax, Disney Sorcerer Pass renewal price is $764 + tax, and Disney Incredi-Pass renewal price is $1,104 + tax. There's no discount on adding PhotoPass or water parks, which both cost an extra $99 respectively to add onto your annual pass.
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