The wait is finally over! After nearly two years, Walt Disney World will resume all annual pass sales later this month.
Beginning April 20, Disney fans can purchase different kinds of annual passes, but there will be a limited quantity available, the resort announced on its Parks Blog Thursday.
“We are so grateful for our Passholders who have a deep, strong connection to Walt Disney World, and we are looking forward to welcoming more of you to the Annual Passholder family,” Senior Manager of Communications Eric Scott wrote.
The different pass levels include the Disney Incredi-Pass, Disney Sorcerer Pass and the Disney Pirate Pass for Florida Residents.
As part of their Membership Magic benefits, Disney Vacation Club members will also be able to purchase the DVC Disney Sorcerer Pass earlier, on April 13 instead of the 20th.
Only the Incredi-Pass is available to visitors from outside of Florida and are non-DVC members.
The return of annual pass sales comes at a time where Disney is making changes to its Annual Passholder program, such as select PhotoPass benefits and, beginning April 18, passholders can visit the theme parks after 2 p.m. without needing a park reservation, except on Saturdays and Sundays at Magic Kingdom.
And even more additions to Disney are on the horizon. More recently, the “Happily Ever After” nighttime spectacular is back at the Magic Kingdom, the Toy Story-themed Roundup Rodeo BBQ in Hollywood Studios opened just a few weeks ago and Animal Kingdom marks its 25th Anniversary later this month!
Plus, Journey of Water – Inspired by Moana is coming to Epcot this year, as is the start of Disney’s 100th Anniversary. If you ask us, there’s no better time to start planning a trip to the ‘happiest place on Earth’!
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