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BREAKING: Walt Disney World Will Resume Annual Pass Sales by 50th Anniversary

Walt Disney World has confirmed that Annual Pass sales will resume by the 50th anniversary on October 1.

The announcement was made on the Disney Parks Blog during the announcement for the new Magic Key Program at Disneyland, which replaces their Annual Pass program.

More details about Walt Disney World Annual Passes are coming soon.

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Dikfore
Dikfore
1 month ago

Looks like park reservations will be here to stay. I don’t think this is a direct benefit to Guests, but it does allow Disney to control the number of Guests which could, in theory, improve the experience.

There has to be some analytics around the ideal number of Guests as it relates to Guest spend i.e. Magic Kingdom guests spend the most when the park is at 82% capacity, etc. My guess is the analytics teams at DPEP have this dialed in for each park and that’s where they will set capacity for each day.

C T
C T
1 month ago

So then they will also significantly reduce the price since there are no stage shows, no projection shows, food choices reduced, masks worn for no reason other than to control and smother us, 90 min waits, no Fastpass, no Extra Magic Hours, getting rid of the term Christmas for Holidays instead, Going woke with things like not saying Ladies and Gentlemen Boys and Girls, no park hopping and limiting parks you can go to when “reservations” overide your expensive payout for the AP….. Not to mention, limited attractions due to construction, refurbishments and closures of rides so that fewer rides… Read more »

Corey
Corey
1 month ago
Reply to  C T

masks worn for no reason other than to control and smother us”

Smh. Lost me with that nugget.

KennyVee
KennyVee
1 month ago
Reply to  C T

You do realize that we are living in interesting times, right?

You make the decision that is right for you. I’m cool with that and won’t blame you for your decision. But don’t put COVID-19 on Disney. This is a reaction to current circumstances, not Disney trying to nickel and dime you.

Nick
Nick
1 month ago
Reply to  C T

Sounds a lot like complaining just to complain.
It’s a very simple matter, if you don’t think what they’re offering is worth the price of admission, just don’t go. There are plenty of people ready and willing to take your place and they won’t be bitching about how much it sucks.

Last edited 1 month ago by Nick