New Walt Disney World Annual Passholder Glassware by Arribas Brothers at Magic Kingdom

Shannen Ace

Walt Disney World Annual Passholder glassware

New Walt Disney World Annual Passholder Glassware by Arribas Brothers at Magic Kingdom

New Walt Disney World Annual Passholder glassware is available at Crystal Arts, the Arribas Brothers location in Magic Kingdom.

Annual Passholder Glassware

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There are three types of glasses: a cooler, an old-fashioned glass, and a stemmed glass.

Stemmed Glass – $24

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All three types of glasses are etched with the D-shaped Annual Passholder logo featuring Mickey. This Annual Passholder logo was introduced with the new Annual Pass tiers in 2021 and released as a magnet.

Old-Fashioned Glass – $14

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While the stemmed glass and cooler have the D-shaped border and Mickey’s shorts filled in, the old-fashioned glass leaves them transparent.

15oz Cooler – $14

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Walt Disney World Annual Passholder Program


Walt Disney World Annual Passes were sold continuously from September 1982 until March 2020. The price had increased dramatically over the years and multiple tiers were introduced with various blackout dates and benefits.

The Annual Pass program was paused with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Walt Disney World did not go the route of Disneyland and Tokyo Disney Resort by canceling every Annual Pass and issuing refunds, but they also did not resume sales immediately as the Paris, Hong Kong, and Shanghai resorts did upon reopening. Passes remained valid and renewable after the COVID-19 closure concluded in July 2020, but new sales were halted.

In August 2021, Walt Disney World announced an overhaul of their Annual Pass system, replacing the four tiers introduced in 2015. New passes then went on sale in September 2021 and remained on sale for nearly three months before being suspended in late November. The two middle tiers were briefly on sale last June for a single day before halting again. All four Walt Disney World Annual Passes went on sale again in early 2023.

Walt Disney World Annual Passholders can now visit the theme parks after 2:00 p.m. on most days without a Park Pass reservation. This perk does not include Magic Kingdom on Saturdays and Sundays when a reservation is still required. Beginning next year, Walt Disney World Annual Passholders will no longer need park pass reservations for select “good-to-go” dates.

Oswald Triple Chocolate Cake, Cookies 'n' Cream Shake, and AP magnet

Annual Passholder previews for Journey of Water, Inspired by “Moana” begin this weekend, although EPCOT Park Passes are no longer available for the first three days. Also at EPCOT, Passholders can pick up a new complimentary Oswald the Lucky Rabbit magnet. At Sunshine Seasons, they can purchase limited-time Oswald-inspired treats: Oswald Triple Chocolate Cake and Oswald Cookies ‘n’ Cream Shake.

ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex is hosting an Annual Passholder shopping event through September 23 featuring early-release Pandora charms and heavily discounted merchandise. Passholders must join a virtual queue on the My Disney Experience app to shop.

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