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Tom Brady visits Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge inside Disney's Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World Resort on April 5, 2021 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Brady spent time in a galaxy far, far away to celebrate the Tampa Bay Buccaneers victory in Super Bowl LV this past February, where the star quarterback was named MVP.

Disneyland made some changes to its annual pass offerings and now Disney World is doing the same, according to MyNews13.com. Sales of the passes were paused last year when the parks were closed. Here are the big things to know.

The new annual passes will go on sale September 8. The top level pass is called the “Incredi-Pass.” It’s not cheap. But for $1299, you’ll get full access to the parks with no blackout dates. And you can park hop. You’ll be able to have 5 park reservations at any given time.

A pass exclusive to Florida residents is called the “Sorcerer Pass.” For $899, you get access to one or more parks on most days – but there are some blackout dates. Just like the Incredi-Pass, you’ll be able to have 5 reservations at a time. By the way, if you’re a Disney Vacation Club member, you can get around the Florida resident requirement.

Another one exclusive to Floridians is the Disney Pirate Pass. At $699, you’ll have those same blockout dates as the Sorcerer, but you’ll also have to sit out certain holidays. With this pass, you can hold 4 reservations at a time.

The least expensive option is the Disney Pixie Dust Pass. For $399, it’s a good option if you don’t plan to visit the parks during peak and holiday periods. You can hold 3 reservations at any given time. This one is also exclusive to Florida residents.

Passholders can also take advantage of a “bonus” park reservation program that won’t count for those reservation limits. No specific dates are announced for those yet though.

If you already have a Disney annual pass, you can keep using it. However, when it comes time to renew, you’ll have to go with one of these new plans. Another perk just for Floridians – if you like making monthly payments instead of one lump sum payment, you can still do that. [Source: MyNews13.com]

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