Walt Disney World increases annual pass prices and adds options

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Walt Disney World announced today that their annual passes are going through changes and adding a more organized system.

The most expensive past, the Disney Platinum Plus Pass, which allows access to all four theme parks, Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach, the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex and Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course has seen a price increase to $729, which is up from $649.

Free PhotoPass has also now been added to this pass as well.

Next on the list is the Disney Platinum Pass.  This pass costs $649 and includes access to all four parks.  This also includes PhotoPass downloads and parking.

The Florida Resident Annual Pass has now been replaced with the Disney Gold Pass.  This pass includes admission to all four parks.

There is also new blackout dates during the last two weeks in both December and March for this pass and has seen an increase in price of $20 over the old Florida Resident Annual Pass.

The seasonal pass is now called the Silver Pass.  It includes access to the park during non-peak times, which means blackout dates.

It includes free parking, but no PhotoPass and saw an increase of $60 over the old seasonal pass.

The biggest change is the addition of PhotoPass to some of the annual passes.  It has been a guest suggestion for a while to add that to passes.

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Clint Gamache started Thrillgeek back in 2013 to share his love of theme parks, pop culture and other geeky stuff with the world. He can be found on Twitter @iamcgeed

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