Walt Disney World has announced an increase in the cost of yearly passes. Prices will rise when sales start up again even though most Annual Pass levels are currently on suspension. Disney has not yet said when yearly passes will once again be available for purchase, but the pricing hikes will take effect on December 8 anyway.
Disney now sells the Gremlins, Pirates, Wizards, and Superman passes for its Walt Disney World theme parks. The Pirate, Sorcerer, and Incredi-Passes, according to a statement from Disney, “are on hold for new sales while we stay focused on our current pass holders.”
Disney did not specify a launch date or if it will offer new yearly passes. Depending on the yearly pass type you choose, the price will increase between $50 to $100. Disney has increased the cost of its yearly passes for the second time in less than a year.
The Florida Resident Pixie Pass is the only yearly pass offered at the moment, and its cost won’t rise. If you’ve been putting off renewing your yearly membership, now is definitely the time! However, these price hikes are dependent on new annual pass purchases whenever they return.
The least expensive Disney Pixie Dust Pass has the most blocked dates and the fewest benefits. It is also the least flexible.
What is the price of the Disney Pixie Dust Pass?
Including VAT, the Disney Pixie Dust Pass costs $399. Alternatively, you may pay a down payment of $205 and then $19 per month for 12 months. $433 is the final figure.
Is a Disney Pixie Dust Pass available?
Disney Pixie Dust Pass is available only to residents of Florida.
What advantages does the Disney Pixie Dust Pass offer?
- Three bookings for parks max.
- Standard theme park parking is free.
- 10% to 20% off of a selection of meals and purchases.
- Special resort deals.
- choices for park hoppers
Costs for the new Disney Annual Pass
- The price of Incredi-Pass rose to $1399 from $1299.
- Wizard Pass now costs $969 instead of $899.
- The price of the Pirate Pass was raised to $749.
- Pixie Dust Pass will still cost $399.
Again, there is no date set for the resume of any yearly passes, with the exception of the Pixie Dust Pass.
At the time of publishing, Disney claimed to be experiencing high demand and yearly pass holder renewal rates. A few weeks ago, Walt Disney World was sued by two Florida pass holders who claimed that the company had violated their contracts by blocking dates and using its reservation system. Similar cases were previously brought by other Disneyland pass holders in California.
For each of its theme parks, Disney also unveiled new park-specific pricing that would change based on demand. Disney’s Magic Kingdom theme park will become the most costly to visit starting on December 8, 2022, with single-day, single-park tickets costing between $124 and $189.
As demand rises, so will the price of add-on services like Disney’s Park Hopper and Park Hopper Plus, which let visitors visit several theme parks in one day. Pricing details weren’t made public.