Attention When Will Disney Annual Pass Sales Resume all Disney fanatics! Are you eagerly waiting for the annual pass sales to resume? We know how much you miss strolling down Main Street, U.S.A., enjoying the rides and attractions, and indulging in some delicious churros. The pandemic has disrupted our lives in many ways, including bringing an indefinite halt to Disney’s annual pass sales. But fret not! In this blog post, we’ll give you a sneak peek into when Disney Annual Pass Sales might resume and what changes are expected once it does. So buckle up your seat belts, keep your Mickey ears on standby mode, and let’s dive right into it!
When will Disney Annual Pass sales resume?
Disney Annual Pass sales will resume on January 3rd. Tickets will be available at the theme parks starting at 10:00am.
How to purchase Disney Annual Passes
When Disney Annual Pass sales resume
Disney’s annual pass sales will resume in early 2019, according to an update from the company. Annual passes will be available online and at select theme parks. The passes must be purchased in advance and can only be used by people who are staying on property during their visit. The price for a one-year pass is $396 for adults and $238 for children ages 3-9. A three-year pass is also available for $1,059 for adults and $599 for children.
Which Annual Passes are available?
Disney Annual Passes are available for sale starting January 9th at Walt Disney World Resort. The price of a one-year pass has increased from $99 to $119, while the price of a two-year pass has increased from $149 to $169. These passes will be available at select Guest Relations locations in both theme parks and resort hotels.
What is the cost of a Disney Annual Pass?
Disney Annual Passes are a great way to save money on your Walt Disney World vacation. Annual Pass holders can visit any of the theme parks, water parks, and resorts in Florida or California for one price throughout the year. For example, a Disney Adult Annual Pass costs $269 and provides access to all four theme parks, three water parks, ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, DisneyQuest and two resort hotels. If you’re visiting during peak season (mid-April to mid-October), be sure to purchase an annual pass that includes parking at a Disney theme park. Prices for annual passes increase significantly during these periods so purchasing early is key! Currently, the wait time for tickets at select attractions is over two hours and tickets go on sale again July 19th. Guests who already have tickets will not be impacted by these changes.
When Will Disney Annual Pass Sales Resume?
Disney Annual Pass sales will resume on July 19th according to reports from Theme Park Insider. The website reports that “wait times” for popular attractions are going to increase due to increased demand as guests prepare for the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens in December. However, it’s always important to remember that annual passholders get priority access so there should still be plenty of available spots even with increased demand.
What do the passholder benefits include?
The Disney Annual Passholder Benefit includes: Early admission to some theme parks (up to 60 days before general public), discounts on food and merchandise, access to exclusive events and parties, complimentary resort transportation, and more. The Disney Annual Passholder Benefit will resume sales in late spring 2018.
When can I use my Disney Annual Pass?
When can I use my Disney Annual Pass?
The answer to this question largely depends on when your annual pass was purchased. If you purchased your pass before January 6, 2019, your pass will continue to be valid until the end of the year. If you purchased your pass after January 6, 2019, your pass will expire at the end of the calendar year. After that date, you will no longer be able to use it at any Walt Disney World theme park or resort.
It seems that Disney Annual Pass sales have been put on hold indefinitely, so if you were considering purchasing one now would be the time to do so. We will keep you updated as more information becomes available.