What do you think about Walt Disney World's new 'weekdays during the school year' annual pass?
Written by Robert Niles
Walt Disney World is offering a new annual pass to Florida residents, one that is good for 180 weekdays - basically, Mondays through Fridays during the school year. Think of it as the east coast equivalent of Disneyland's highly popular "Southern California Select" AP.Tweet
That Disneyland AP is $144 for 179 days, and the new Disney World version is $169 for 180 days. (But you do get double the number of theme parks.)
On the plus side, Disney World is offering a kids' version of the pass, for $149. Disneyland does not offer kids' prices on annual passes.
On the negative side, Disney World is not offering a parking add-on, as Disneyland does. So you're stuck paying $14 to park each day you visit using this pass. (Disneyland's parking option on the AP costs an additional $79, so it pays for itself on the sixth visit.)
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