Walt Disney World Resort is officially selling Annual Passes again starting September 8! This is amazing news for all of those Disney fans who canceled their Annual Passes amid the pandemic or have been wanting to purchase a new pass but were unable to. Now, new Annual Passes are going on sale very soon!
We are so excited for Disney World fans to get back to the theme parks. Annual Passholders are known as some of Disney’s most dedicated fans!
However, each Annual Pass (aside from the most expensive, highest tier pass) has dates known as blockout dates. These are dates when Passholders are not allowed to enter the theme parks with their Annual Pass. Now, Disney has officially released the calendars for the Annual Pass blockout dates for Walt Disney World, The Most Magical Place on Earth.
Below are the blockout calendars for each of the four new Walt Disney World Resort Annual Passes. For more information on Disney World APs, read our article here.
Disney Pixie Dust Pass
The Disney Pixie Dust Pass is the most affordable Annual Pass priced at $399 plus tax. It is available only for Florida residents. Passholders with this Annual Pass can hold up to three theme park reservations at once. It also comes with the most blockout dates.
Read more about the Disney Pixie Dust Pass here.
Disney Pirate Pass
The Disney Pirate Pass is the next step up from the Disney Pixie Dust Pass. It is more expensivee and priced at $699 plus tax and is also only for Florida residents. It offers more theme park reservations at a time — four — and has fewer blockout dates thatn the Disney Pixie Dust Pass.
Read more about the Disney Pirate Pass here.
Disney Sorcerer Pass
The Disney Sorcerer Pass is the second most expensive pass priced at $899 plus tax. It is available for both Florida residents and Disney Vacation Club members. It offers far fewer blockout dates than the Pixie Dust Pass and Pirate Pass, and it also allows you to hold up to five Disney Park Pass reservations at once.
Read more about the Disney Sorcerer Pass here.
The Disney Incredi-Pass is the most expensive Annual Pass type priced at $1,299 plus tax, but it is also the only Annual Pass available for everyone (not just Florida residents or DVC members) and offers zero blockout dates. You can hold up to five theme park reservations at once with this pass.
Read more about the Disney Incredi-Pass here.
Again, there is no blockout calendar we are sharing for the Disney Incredi-Pass in this article becayse this Annual Pass offers access to Walt Disney World Resort 365 days a year. As long as there are still reservations available for the day you want to go, then you can make a reservation and visit, no problem!
Remember: a valid Annual Pass and a theme park reservation are both required in order to visit Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, or Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Keep in mind both your Annual Pass blockout dates and the theme parks reservation availability calendar when planning your visit to The Most Magical Place on Earth.
Based on the Disney World Annual Pass blockout dates, which Annual Pass are you looking to purchase? Let us know in the comments!