Just a few days ago, the official Disney Parks Twitter account made the announcement many fans had been dying to hear for years: each Walt Disney World Annual Pass would resume sales on April 20th.
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For anyone who’s been out of the loop, Annual Pass sales have been halted since 2021, right after the pandemic.
At this time, we know the new Annual Pass prices and their return date, and little else. Here are the new Annual Pass costs:
- Disney Incredi-Pass: $1399 (previously $1299)
- Disney Sorcerer Pass: $969 (previously $899)
- Disney Pirate Pass: $749 (previously $699)
- Disney Pixie Dust Pass: $399
Besides these details, the Walt Disney Company has kept everything else under wraps.
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Nobody knows what time the Disney World Annual Pass sales will resume on April 20th, nor how many will be sold. Many fans are asking how quickly they’ll sell out, but the truth is that this has never happened before for Walt Disney World.
As in, Annual Passes have only sold out once before, the last time they were offered. Nobody knows if these new sales will be widely available for purchase (like they used to be) or if they’ll only be available for a limited time.
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We do know that the Disney Sorcerer Pass will be available for purchase a week early for eligible Disney Vacation Club members. We also know that current Annual Passholders can upgrade their current Annual Passes once the new sales begin, outside their usual renewal window.
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However, Disney fans will just have to wait for more information regarding the new Annual Passholder system.