LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Disney World will begin selling all of its annual passes again on Thursday, after putting new sales on pause nearly a year and a half ago.

What You Need To Know

Since November 2021, the Pixie pass, which is limited to Florida residents, has been available for purchase. But on Thursday, all of Disney World’s pass types—including the Incredi-Pass, the Sorcerer pass and the Pirate pass—will be available online for people to buy.

Sales will open no earlier than 6 a.m. ET on Thursday. Disney updated its website with the timeframe earlier this week.

There’s also a possibility that passes could sell out as Disney has said that quantities will be limited and “passes may become unavailable for purchase at anytime.”

Disney World has four different annual pass types that come with different prices and blockout dates.

The Incredi-Pass, which has no blockout dates, costs $1,399. The Sorcerer pass costs $969 and has blockout dates around Thanksgiving and Christmas. It’s only available to Florida residents and DVC members. The Pirate pass, also only available to Florida residents, costs $749 and has blockout dates around Thanksgiving, Christmas as well as peak times such as Memorial Day and Labor Day.

The Pixie Dust pass, which has be available for purchase already, costs $399 and includes park access on most weekdays. It also has blockout dates during peak times and holidays.

The passes come with a few perks, including free standard parking, discounts on dining and discounts on merchandise.


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