ORLANDO, Fla. – Disney World has temporarily stopped new sales of most of its annual passes.
What You Need To Know
- Disney World has stopped selling most of its annual passes
- The only pass currently available for purchase is the Florida residents-only Disney Pixie Dust Pass
- Disney has not said when annual pass sales will resume
"New sales of select annual passes are currently paused," an update on the Disney World website said.
The Disney Pirate Pass, Disney Sorcerer Pass and Disney Incredi-Pass are listed as unavailable for purchase. The only pass that can still be purchased is the $399 Disney Pixie Dust Pass, which is only offered to Florida residents.
Disney World has paused new sales of select annual passes. Right now, the Pirate Pass, Sorcerer Pass and the Incredi-Pass are unavailable for purchase. pic.twitter.com/ZhlrdAcaep— Ashley Carter (@AshleyLCarter1) November 22, 2021
All passes remain available for current passholders who want to renew.
Disney World suspended sales of annual passes last year when it closed its parks in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Sales of new annual passes resumed in September of this year, along with the launch of a revamped passholder program.
At the time, Disney said that annual passes could become unavailable for purchase as it "continues to manage attendance."
The pause on annual pass sales are expected to remain until sometime next year.
The change comes as the busy holiday season approaches and park pass availability becomes limited.
Annual passholders, just like daily ticket holders, have to make a park pass reservation before visiting a Disney World theme park.