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2018 Walt Disney World Annual Passholder Benefits + Video

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Good morning Friends!

Thinking about becoming a Walt Disney World Annual Passholder? Looking to do some research before taking the plunge? Check out today’s video to see the special benefits and discounts you could take advantage of!


Are you a Walt Disney World Annual Passholder? What do you like best about it? Let me know in the comments!

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Angela Dahlgren

Angela is cohost of the TouringPlans Podcast and regular contributor to the TouringPlans YouTube channel. When she's not talking about the happiest place on earth, she spends her time entertaining her own little Minnie and Mickey Mouse. You can find her on twitter @AngelaDahlgren or via email -

5 thoughts on “2018 Walt Disney World Annual Passholder Benefits + Video

  • I am a bit confused about fast passes. I was thinking of getting an annual pass as we intend visiting WDW twice over a 12 month period – one time will be ta two week holiday and the other will be three weeks and will be staying off site. Would I only be able to get fast passes for 7 days each time as I believe I read that you can only get fast passes for a 7 day period in any 3@ days? If so that just isn’t going to work for me!

  • I forgot my AP the other day, the cast member said I could show her in the My Disney Experience app my AP. I started showing that every time now since I have my ID and phone with me always.

    • Andy,

      That’s a great tip. Thanks for sharing!

      – Angela

  • I have to say doing Disney as a passholder is a whole different experience. You don’t feel like you have to squeeze all the magic humanly possible into a 12-hour timespan. Can’t get a Fastpass to Soarin’? No worries, we’ll catch it next time. Too tired to wait for the fireworks? No problem, we can always come back.

    The other thing I’d mention is passholder previews in the parks. In May we spent an entire Wednesday afternoon enjoying Pandora with just our fellow passholders before it opened to the public. We rode Flight of Passage three times with no wait and did the Na’vi River Journey twice. Hopefully we’ll get a chance to do the same with Toy Story Land soon!

    • Daniel,

      I completely agree with your first paragraph. Having an AP takes a lot of pressure off. I feel like I’m able to relax and enjoy the parks more because I know I’ll be going back.

      I’ve never experienced the passholder previews, but I know several people who have. It sounds like such a special treat. You get to experience something new before everyone else! We’ll let you know if/when Toy Story Land begins their AP previews.

      Thanks for watching!



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