Have Sales Of Walt Disney World Annual Passes Resumed In the UK? Not Yet.

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A bunch of sites are reporting that the Annual Passes are coming back because they were for sale in the UK. The truth is that the Platinum Pass has shown up on the European Disney Site. People can reportedly add them to their cart, but they can’t check out with a purchase yet.

The Disney Platinum Pass is being listed for $1,272.68 for an adult pass.

It’s offering:

  • Admission for a year to all 4 theme parks (No blockout dates)
  • Visit more than one theme park on the same day
  • Includes Disney PhotoPass downloads*
  • Up to 20% off on select dining
  • Up to 20% off select merchandise in store
  • Standard theme park parking

Here’s a screen capture of it.

The truth is we don’t know what’s going on.

It’s possible that it’s a glitch. It’s possible that some part went live earlier than it should.  That being said, there have been times that the UK got access to things like Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party tickets and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party tickets ahead of the US guests.

Hopefully, it’s a sign that Annual Passes will go on sale again for everyone and not just those who want to renew or those that previously cancelled.  I know we’ve been wanting to get passes for our kids. I know a lot of people have been waiting as well.

I’m still concerned that when Disney figures out what they want to do as a new “Membership Program” for Disneyland, Walt Disney World will be right behind it.

The Walt Disney World site still redirects and have not made new passes available for sale yet.

That’s where it is right now.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Disney Europe, a friend


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