LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - The prices for Walt Disney World's annual passes are going up, though those wanting to purchase a new pass – and not renewing one – will still have to wait to buy one.
On Tuesday, Disney confirmed that annual passes would increase between $43 and $100.
Currently, Disney offers four passes to its Walt Disney World theme parks – Pixie, Pirate, Sorcerer, and Incredi-Pass. However, new sales for its Pirate, Sorcerer, and Incredi-Pass remain paused "as we stay focused on our current Passholders," Disney said in a statement.
Disney did not say when, or if, new sales of annual passes would go on sale.
The Pixie Pass – a pass only available to Florida residents and limited to weekday visits – remains on sale.
New Disney Annual Pass prices
- Incredi-Pass: $1,399 ($100 increase)
- Sorcerer: $969 ($70 increase)
- Pirate: $749 ($50 increase)
- Pixie $399 (no change)
In its release, Disney said it was seeing strong demand from its annual passholders and high renewal rates. It comes weeks after two passholders in Florida filed a lawsuit against Walt Disney World alleging breach of contract over its reservations system and blockout dates. A similar lawsuit was previously filed in California by some Disneyland Passholders.
Disney also announced new park-specific pricing for each of its theme parks that would fluctuate with demand. Disney's Magic Kingdom theme park will be the most expensive park to visit – ranging between $124 & $189 for a one-day, one-park ticket – beginning Dec. 8, 2022.
Add-ons, including Disney's Park Hopper and Park Hopper Plus, which allows people to visit more than one theme park in a day, will also increase with demand, Disney said. The exact pricing was not released.