Annual Passholder Exclusive Magnet and Activities Coming to Disney Springs March 2

Beginning March 2nd and running through the 30th, Disney Springs will have exclusive offerings for Walt Disney World Annual Passholders.

Annual Passholders will be able to pick up their complimentary magnet at Disney’s Wonderful World of Memories from 10am-10pm (limit of one magnet per Annual Passholder).


Passholders can sign-up for the Virtual Queue on the My Disney Experience app starting at 9 a.m. each morning (additional availability may open throughout the day). Once a Virtual Queue callback is received, Passholders will have one hour to arrive to the location before they need to re-enter the Virtual Queue process. From time to time, Disney may also discontinue the use of the Virtual Queue depending on demand.

Exclusive food and beverage offerings will be available at the following locations:

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  • The Ganachery: Passholder Chocolate Covered Strawberry Marshmallows gift box available for purchase daily, while supplies last.
  • Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar: The 1st Class Ticket hidden menu beverage, enjoyed with spirits or non-alcoholic.

Passholders can also take advantage of exclusive props when visiting the Disney PhotoPass Studio at Disney Springs.

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  1. It really is interesting how annual passholders are given different offerings on both coasts.

    In Anaheim, there’s a lounge and regular restaurant discounts and offerings, including quick service. In Florida, they seem fixated on magnets and silly add on purchases that make very little sense. What I mean is they’re not cheaper or larger portions, just something Disney limits to annual passholders for some random reason. Maybe it makes some people feel special? I don’t get it.

    Even the festival at DCA was offering a discount card that made it a deal to visit multiple festival booths. In Florida, they offer a ice cream redemption for buying certain dishes in EPCOT, but that’s it. Neither of these, you need an AP for, but the point is, California seems more generous in its offerings than Florida.

    I’ll pick up the magnet if I’m at Disney Springs, but I’m not making a special trip out for it. It really is sad that there’s a strong enough demand for a magnet that a virtual queue is necessary.

    Thet don’t have to do anything at all, completely understand that and I’m sure plenty of people appreciate these things. The need for a virtual queue is evidence of that. I just find it interesting that they run their two domestic resorts so differently.

  2. Any news on when passes will be available for purchase? Seems the highest level is still frozen from the holiday season

  3. Chris,

    Well said. Many of us wish there were more satidfying benefits to being a pass holder. The limits can sometimes be rediculous and inappropriate. For example, Incrdipass Annual pass holders get to do mini gold among other thing for free. But get this, not after 4:00 PM. Why the masterminds at Disney figured this was a good idea I do not know. Limiting people who are dedicated to Disney seems counter productive.

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