Annual Passholders and both Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort will see a change in prices and benefits after Disney updated the plans over the weekend.
At the Walt Disney World Resort the new Annual Pass tickets include new prices and new benefits such as complimentary parking.
Non-Florida residents can now purchase two different types of Annual Passes – the Platinum Plus Pass and the Platinum Pass. Florida residents can choose from the Silver, Weekday Select, Gold, and Epcot After 4 Pass, while Disney Vacation Club members can choose from Platinum Plus, Platinum, and Gold.
The price for a new Disney Platinum Plus Pass is $729 plus tax for Florida residents, and DVC members and $829 plus tax for out-of-state guests. This pass includes admission to all four theme parks, park hopping, MagicBands, parking, no blackout dates, and more.
All new prices can be found here.
On the West Coast, Disneyland raised the prices for several passes and eliminated the $779 Premium Annual Pass. In its place guests can choose from two new passes – the Disney Signature Plus for $1,049 with no blackout dates, or the Disney Signature pass for $849 that is good for about 350 days of visits with some blackout dates.
The new passes include parking, dining and merchandise discounts, and the PhotoPass. Current Premium Passholders can use their passes until they expire but will not be given the option to renew.