Disney World’s New Season Pass (Starting at $73)

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We all want to see and do as much as possible when visiting the Walt Disney World Resort. However, sometimes buying multiple tickets or going day after day just isn’t feasible during a Disney vacation.

And although Walt Disney World offers annual passes with various tiers, they also provide a new season pass.

Magic Kingdom

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If you plan to visit Walt Disney World Resort between now and May 24, 2024, you can take advantage of the new deal.

Transportation Ticket Center

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Prices start at $73 for a child (Ages 3-9) and cost adults $79 (Ages 10 and up). As always, children under 3 are free. In addition, the new season pass has no blackout dates.

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Disney Season Pass

This new type of admission ticket is the Disney Water Park Season Pass. Guests with this unique pass type can enter Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park or Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park (whichever is open).

Unlike theme park admission, Disney water parks do not require a park reservation. But Disney park reservations are going away in 2024, anyway.

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Typhoon Lagoon

This is the older of the two water parks located at Walt Disney World Resort.

Halloween at Typhoon Lagoon Mickey and Donald

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Typhoon Lagoon opened in 1989 and provides park guests with 11 attractions, including water slides, raft rides, a water coaster, and the Surf Pool (the largest wave pool in America).


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It also has multiple places to grab snacks and drinks and provides free parking (unlike the theme parks).

Blizzard Beach

The second one of Disney’s water parks, Blizzard Beach, opened in 1995.

Frozen at Blizzard Beach

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The ski-resort-themed water park provides a variety of water slides, tube slides, and a chairlift that transports guests to the summit of Mount Gushmore. Just like with Typhoon Lagoon, this park offers free parking and places to grab snacks and drinks.

Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park

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On Walt Disney World’s website, they note that the season pass is good for Typhoon Lagoon OR Blizzard Beach, whichever is open. Since 2020, both parks have seldom, if ever, been open at the same time.

Currently, Typhoon Lagoon is running regular hours, but last winter, it was closed, and Blizzard Beach was open.

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More Disney Water Park Season Pass Details

Since the new Disney Water Park Season Pass starts at $73 for a child and costs adults $79, it’s a pretty good deal, considering a standard one-day water park ticket is $63 for a child and $69 for an adult. Which equates to additional unlimited visits for an extra $10.

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If you have a Disney World Annual Pass, you can still add the Water Parks and Sports option for $99 for year-round access to Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach.


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It also appears that being a Florida resident is not required for this new Disney Water Park Season Pass. However, when visiting the Walt Disney World Resort, please remember that the water parks will close in inclement weather, including temperatures below 70º F.

Aside from that, it seems like a pretty good deal!

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