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Walt Disney World Annual Pass sales to resume Sept. 8 with four new pass types

by Brooke Geiger McDonald

Disney has announced that Walt Disney World Annual Pass sales will resume Sept. 8, 2021 with a new program introducing four new Annual Pass tiers, replacing existing pass types. 

Here are the new passes: 

Disney Incredi-Pass

$1,299 + tax (Renewal: $1,104 + tax) or $99 per month after $205 down payment (Florida residents.)

  • Up to five park reservations at a time
  • No blockout dates
  • Standard theme park parking 
  • Select dining discounts
  • Up to 20% off select merchandise

Disney Sorcerer Pass

(Florida residents and DVC members only): $899 + tax (Renewal: $764 + tax) or $63 per month after $205 down payment (Florida residents.)

  • Up to five park reservations at a time
  • Blockout dates: Nov. 24-27, Dec. 18-31
  • Standard theme park parking 
  • Select dining discounts
  • Up to 20% off select merchandise

Disney Pirate Pass

(Florida residents only): $699 + tax (Renewal: $594 + tax) or $45 per month after $205 down payment

  • Up to four park reservations at a time
  • Blockout dates: Holidays and peak times (view calendar)
  • Standard theme park parking 
  • Select dining discounts
  • Up to 20% off select merchandise

Disney Pixie Dust Pass

(Florida residents only): $399 + tax (Renewal: $339 + tax) or $19 per month after $205 down payment

  • Up to three park reservations at a time
  • Blockout dates: Most weekends, holidays and peak times (view calendar)
  • Standard theme park parking 
  • Select dining discounts
  • Up to 20% off select merchandise

Current Walt Disney World Annual Passes can be used and renewed under the existing program through Sept. 7. From Sept. 8 and on, Annual Passholders will need to renew by choosing one of the new passes. 

Disney PhotoPass and Disney Water Park and Sports will both be available as add-ons for $99 + tax each. Disney’s new Genie+ and Lightning Lane are not available as add-ons.

Some current pass types will receive additional Park Pass reservations in line with the new passes: Platinum Plus, Platinum, and Gold Passes will be able to hold up to five reservations at a time; Silver Passes will be able to hold up to 4 reservations

Disney World resort guests can still book park reservations for the length of their stay, independent of AP reservations limits. Disney will also be offering “Bonus days” when availability allows for those who aren’t blocked out. 

Guests who have purchased an eligible theme park ticket can apply the full price of the ticket into an Annual Pass. 

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3 comments

Vinnie August 31, 2021 - 2:14 am

Great article
Thanks for organizing all the new info into an easy to read and understand format
Also thanks for providing the blockout calendars

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Andrea September 11, 2021 - 4:10 pm

All i see are ads. Where I think there would be an image of the pass there is an ad on every single one, plus ads that play video overlay, plus ads at the bottom and top. Ridiculous.

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Matt Roseboom September 11, 2021 - 4:54 pm

Sorry but the ads help us stay in business. A photo of a pass with the new Mickey Mouse on it is there.

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