Last year, due to the ongoing pandemic, the sale of Annual Passes at Disney World was paused. Many waited anxiously for when Disney did decide to resume Annual Pass sales and that day has finally come — though there are some pretty distinct changes.
The new Annual Passes not only have new pricing, but new names as well — Disney Pixie Dust Pass, Disney Pirate Pass, Disney Sorcerer Pass, and Disney Incredi Pass. This morning, these new Annual Passes went on sale, and with the new choices, also comes a new Park Pass calendar.
First, Guests must choose which type of Pass they now have. Once you select your Pass type, you will then choose which Park you wish to visit.
We went through and took a few screenshots to help you better understand. In the screenshot below, you will see the availability for a Incredi Pass for all of the theme parks at Walt Disney World.
Next, we decided to look at the availability for EPCOT for the Sorcerer Pass, which for the most part is pretty wide open aside from October 1 and October 2.
And lastly, if you decide to choose a Pixie Dust Pass, it seems the availability is much less, which isn’t too surprising as this is the cheapest option available to Guests.
You can view the new Annual Pass calendar here.
Guests who wish to purchase a new Disney World Annual Pass can do so by visiting the Walt Disney World website beginning today. Guests who already have a Walt Disney World Annual Pass will not be required to select a new pass from the list of options until their old Annual Pass has expired.
It is important to remember that most Annual Passes are available only to Florida Residents. In fact, only one pass — the most expensive Incredi-Pass — is available to all out-of-state Guests. The only out-of-state Guests who have another Pass option are DVC members, who can purchase either the Incredi-Pass or the Sorcerer Pass no matter what state they live in. Florida Residents can purchase any of the four Pass types.
Will you be purchasing one of the new Annual Passes? Let us know in the comments below.