Walt Disney World On Monday, it unveiled a new collection of annual permits For Florida residents with similar price points to Disneyland – which was announced early this month – as the parent company continues to retool its gardening division. The business was among the businesses most affected by the entertainment sector by Covid, but it has proven resilient since it reopened amid strong pent-up demand.
Both parks in the United States still suffer from a shortage of foreign tourists, so the company designs packages to attract locals.
Walt Disney World will offer four separate annual passes starting September 8 before the parks 50NS Anniversaries, which have been called the most magical celebration in the world, according to the Disney Parks Blog.
Disney Pixie Dust Pass, Disney Pirate Pass, Disney Sorcerer Pass, and Disney Incredi-Pass go respectively for $399, $699, $899, and $1,299 (plus taxes) for 12 months. The Sorcerer Pass is also available to Disney Vacation Club members.
All require at least $205 plus monthly payments. Less expensive Pixie Dust offers fans one or more parks most days of the week with advance reservations, subject to blackout dates, and you’ll keep three reservations. Incredi-Pass promises one or more parks on any given day, also with advance reservations, but no blackout dates. Holds up to five reservations at one time.
All include regular parking and 20% off food and merchandise.
Disney’s Parks and Resorts division has turned its last quarter black. CEO Bob Chuckle said During an earnings call on August 12 That per capita spending was high, the parks were pretty much full, and bookings were strong. The division reported operating profit of $365 million for the third quarter ending in June from a loss of nearly $1.9 billion a year earlier.