West News Wire: For visitors to the Disney theme parks who have inquiries regarding Walt Disney World Annual Passes, the land where dreams come true is working its magic. 

Disney Parks announced on its blog on Thursday that new sales of the Disney Incredi-Pass, Disney Sorcerer Pass, and Disney Pirate Pass would resume on April 20. 

In accordance with the Walt Disney World Resort Annual Pass Terms and Conditions, the announcement stated that there will be a cap on the number of passes available at launch and that passes or a pass type “may become unavailable for purchase at any time.” 

As part of their Membership Magic advantages, starting on April 13, qualified Disney Vacation Club members will also be able to purchase the DVC Disney Sorcerer Pass online. 

“We are so grateful for our Passholders who have a deep, strong connection to Walt Disney World, and we are looking forward to welcoming more of you to the Annual Passholder family, just in time to experience the feelings of a Disney Thrill this spring and summer,” Senior Manager of Communications Eric Scott wrote. 

For non-Florida residents and non-Disney Vacation Club members, only the Disney Incredi-Pass will be available for purchase. 

The Walt Disney World Annual Passholder program incorporated feedback to make new changes, like adding access to select Disney PhotoPass benefits and the ability for passholders to visit the theme parks after 2 p.m. without a reservation except Saturdays and Sundays at Magic Kingdom Park. 

The updates are intended to help passholders enjoy the new Walt Disney World experiences, such as the return of the “Happily Ever After” nighttime spectacular; the world’s first Toy Story-themed table-service restaurant, Roundup Rodeo BBQ; and the new Journey of Water  inspired by “Moana” coming to Epcot later this year. Disney’s Animal Kingdom is also celebrating its 25th anniversary throughout April. 

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Annual pass sales were halted in November 2021 as the park looked to manage crowds amid the pandemic. 

Current Annual Passholders can check for news and updates in The Passholder Buzz section of the My Disney Experience app. 


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