With the 50th anniversary celebration at Walt Disney World in full swing, Guests have been flocking back to enjoy the magic.
Disney relaunched the beloved Annual Pass program back on September 8, after a long pause during the pandemic.
Now, it seems Walt Disney World’s Annual Passes have been too popular, with Disney temporarily pausing new sales.
Four unique passes were available in September: the top-tier Disney Incredi-Pass, the Disney Sorcerer Pass, the Disney Pirate Pass, and the most affordable option, the Disney Pixie Dust Pass.
All of the Passes offer different benefits to Passholders and feature different blackout dates. All Walt Disney World Annual Pass options, include savings of up to 20% on dining, merchandise, and more.
With Park Pass Reservations on peak days all booked up for the rest of November and December 2021, the sale of most new Annual Pass options is currently paused.
All but the Disney Pixie Dust Pass are no longer being sold for the time being. Guests wanting to purchase the Disney Incredi-Pass, Disney Sorcerer Pass, or the Disney Pirate Pass can longer do this.
It makes sense that the Disney Pixie Dust Pass is the Pass still being sold as it has the most blockout dates, many of which are in November and December.
Disney has not confirmed when sales of the other Annual Passes will resume, but stay tuned to Inside the Magic for future updates.
Renewals for existing Annual Passholders will remain available at this time.
Florida residents are the only ones able to purchase the most affordable option, the Disney Pixie Dust Pass. This Pass is $399 and has lots of blockout dates and seasons with limited Park Reservation options.
With Disney Genie launched at Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom on October 19, a new logo for Passholders, and Magical Express being canceled on December 31, it seems there are lots of changes occurring at the Disney theme parks.