In case you haven’t heard, the long-awaited return of Walt Disney World Annual Passes is nearly here! But, there are already dark clouds hanging over this exciting event…
NEW: Walt Disney World Annual Passes will resume new sales on April 20. Incredi-Pass, Sorcerer, and Disney Pirate Pass resume on that date. Pixie will continue to be offered.
Note: Eligible DVC members will get early access to purchase the Sorcerer Pass beginning April 13. pic.twitter.com/NuR7xq03K2
— Scott Gustin (@ScottGustin) April 6, 2023
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For the first time in forever, each fan has the chance to become a Disney World Annual Passholder, and many fans are thrilled.
To be totally fair, the Pixie Dust Pass has always been available for Florida Residents. However, with nearly three-fourths of each month being blocked for Park Reservations, this Disney Annual Pass option hasn’t been very popular.
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Now, all four tiers of Disney World Annual Passes will be available for fans to purchase, but there are some limits! Let’s take a look at all four levels of Annual Passes:
- At the highest tier, the Disney Incredi Pass is available for everyone to purchase at $1,399.
- The Disney Sorcerer Pass is available for Florida Residents and Disney Vacation Club members at $969. It also goes on sale a week before all four Annual Passes go on sale.
- The Disney Pirate Pass is available for Florida Residents at $749.
- The Disney Pixie Dust Pass is available for Florida Residents at $399.
The Disney Sorcerer Pass goes on sale today for Disney Vacation Club members, but Disney’s website is already crumbling under the pressure…
If you are trying to buy a DVC Disney Sorcerer Pass, Disney’s site is still having issues.
Disney: “Some of our digital experiences are unavailable at this time. DVC Disney Sorcerer Pass sales will resume as soon as possible. We thank you for your patience and understanding.” pic.twitter.com/kX0ps5DanS
— Scott Gustin (@ScottGustin) April 13, 2023
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If Walt Disney World’s official website can’t handle one-fourth of prospective Disney World Annual Passholders, what can we expect when all four tiers go on sale a week from today?
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Unfortunately, it seems that not even Disney can adequately prepare for the vast amount of traffic the website will face in a week. All we can offer each other is a wish of “Good Luck” in the race to grab Annual Passes.