Walt Disney World Resort has announced an increase in the prices for all tiers of its Annual Passes. The new prices were revealed on the official Walt Disney World website this morning, October 11th, 2023.
Price Increase Details
The smallest increase is seen on the Sorcerer Pass, going up from $969 to $999, a hike of $30. The Pixie Dust Pass has seen a rise of $40, whereas the Incredi-Pass and Pirate Pass have both seen an increase of $50.
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This four-tiered Annual Pass system was introduced by Walt Disney World in August 2021 and came into effect in September, and we did see a price increase back in November of 2022.
Annual Passes Benefit Overview
The Incredi-Pass, available to all guests, requires holders to make reservations to visit Walt Disney World Resort parks. However, there are no blockout dates. Guests can hold up to five park reservations at a time.
The Sorcerer Pass, available to eligible Disney Vacation Club members and Florida residents, also permits up to five park reservations at a time. The Pirate Pass and Pixie Dust Pass, exclusively available to Florida residents, allow up to four and three park reservations at a time, respectively.
All passes offer discounts on selected merchandise and dining options. Some blockout dates apply for Sorcerer Pass, Pirate Pass, and Pixie Dust Pass.
Return of All-Day Park Hopping
Starting January 9th, 2024, Annual Passholders can again enjoy All-Day Park Hopping. This service, previously offered to Annual Passholders and guests with eligible passes, was limited to 2:00 PM onwards after park hopping returned following the pandemic-induced hiatus in 2021.
Introduction Of “Good to Go Days”
“Good to go days” will be reintroduced in January. These are specific days when Annual Passholders do not need a theme park reservation to visit a park.
As always, stay tuned to the DVC Shop blog to get all the latest developments from inside the Disney parks and around the Disney Vacation Club resorts!