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Disney World has officially made available their new four-tier annual pass system and they are now officially on sale from their website.

Four passes have replaced the previous pass levels that included Platinum and other versions all with varying levels of entry and options. Like the previous versions of the AP, some have restrictions and blackout dates.

Incredi-Pass – $1,299

This the top pass available and allows owners to visit the park without worry for the entire year. No blackout dates. Guests can visit any of the four theme parks in Orlando but reservations are required until the reservation system is lifted. 5 reservations may be in place at any one time. In addition, standard parking passes are also included.

Sorcerer Pass – $899.00

Guests can enter multiple theme parks daily with reservations and can make up to 5 reservations at a time. Selected blockout dates apply but includes parking. Check the Disney website for the blockout dates for these passes. 4 reservations are allowed at a time.

Pirate Pass – $699.00

Similar to the Sorcerer Pass, the Pirate pass will get you all of the same benefits but with more blockout dates applied to the annual pass.

Pixie Pass – $399.00

The Pixie pass is the value pass of the annual offerings. The pass includes blockout dates but also is for weekdays only. Guests can make up to 3 concurrent reservations at a time but also receive standard parking and the same 20% off merchandise that other passes give as well.

Disney Waterparks

An annual pass to the Disney Waterparks, Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach, will cost guests $99.00 as an add-on and includes ESPN Wide World of Sports and Disney’s Oak Trail golf course. There are no blackout dates.

 



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