Annual passes to Walt Disney World will be back on sale April 20, opening up several tiers that haven’t been available since 2021.  

As a refresher, the four tiers of Disney World passes are:

  • Incredi-Pass: $1,399 (no blockout dates)
  • Sorcerer Pass: $969 (blockout dates around winter holidays)
  • Pirate Pass: $749 (blockout dates around winter holidays, Memorial Day, July Fourth, and spring break)
  • Pixie Dust Pass: $399 (blocked out all weekends and holidays)

All passes include free parking. 

The top three tiers have been sold out since November 2021. The Incredi-Pass remains the only pass available to the general public. The Pirate and Pixie Dust passes are open only to Florida residents, while the Sorcerer Pass can additionally be purchased by Disney Vacation Club members. In fact, DVC members will get the first chance to buy passes starting April 13. 

Existing passholders will also be able to upgrade their existing passes to a different tier at any time starting April 20. Previously, upgrades were limited to the time period when a pass was up for renewal. 

Passes may not be available for long, if Disneyland’s experience is any indication. When that resort put its Magic Key annual passes back on sale last November, two tiers sold out within a day.