Walt Disney World welcomes new annual passholders with new options this week

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Walt Disney World is bringing back its annual pass program!

The Orlando, Fla., Disney Resort will relaunch the Walt Disney World Annual Passholder Event this Wednesday (Sept. 8), inviting new members to join.

Disney’s park membership program was rebranded to Disneyland Resort in California, but the program will still remain at WDW as an annual passholder, and will have four new, unique options to choose from.

Annual passholders will get to choose (from least to most expensive) the Disney Pixie Dust Pass, Disney Pirate Pass, Disney Sorcerer Pass and Disney Incredi-Pass.

The Disney Pixie Dust Pass is only available to Florida residents and will cost $399 plus tax. This will include benefits such as visiting one or more WDW Parks on most weekdays with reservations, but is subject to blockout dates, including peak and holiday periods. You can also make three park reservations at once.

The Disney Pirate Pass is $699 plus tax, is open to residents of Florida only and carries the same perks as the Pixie Dust Pass, with the exception of four park reservations at a time.

The Disney Sorcerer Pass costs $899 plus tax and is available to Florida residents and Disney Vacation Club members. This pass will be enabled for up to five park reservations and is subject to blockout dates on select days during the holiday period.

There are no blockout dates for Disney Incredi-Pass, with the ability to hold up to five reservations at a time. This pass is available to any guest, not just Florida residents or members of the Disney Vacation Club. The cost for it is definitely the most expensive at $1,299 plus tax.

All annual passes include standard theme park parking and savings of up to 20% on select merchandise, food, and more. New benefits include access to bonus reservations and being able to customize your annual pass with a variety of options, including a Disney PhotoPass download or a water park and sports option.

For full details on the new Walt Disney World Annual Passholder options, visit the Disney Parks Blog!

The new annual passes will be available starting this Wednesday (September 8).

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