Walt Disney World has suspended sales of most of its annual passes, the theme park’s website said Sunday night, a sign of the iconic theme park becoming increasingly busy as tourism and travel rebound ahead of the holidays. Is.
according to disney WebsiteSales of three high-level annual passes—Disney’s “Pirate Pass,” “Wizard Pass” and “Incredi-Pass”—are “currently paused.”
The only annual pass still on sale is Disney’s “Pixie Dust Pass,” which is only available to Florida residents and has most blackout dates when the pass cannot be used.
Those who already have annual passes can still renew them if they expire, so the change only applies to new ticket sales.
Disney previously suspended sales of its annual passes at the start of the pandemic to start They’re due in September, with a new structure that requires passholders to make reservations before visiting the parks.
No reason was given for the pause or whether it is related to pandemic-era restrictions on the park’s capacity – which the company said is now being relaxed – but Disney famous When Pass Sales Resume That They Might Be Unavailable As Theme Parks “Continue” In The Future[s] To manage attendance to provide a great experience for all.”
Disney did not give a date when sales of passes would resume, but said the resort would “continue to evaluate” when they would be made available again. orlando watchdog reports,