Some Reduction on Walt Disney World Annual Passholder Discounts

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There will be some pretty big reductions on the Annual Passholder discounts.

There are as follows:

  • The discount on mini-golf was 50% forever, well that discount has been reduced to only 15%. That is for Winter Summerland and Fantasia Gardens.
  • The marina boat rental discount went from 30% to 15%.

Thoughts?

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Maria

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3 thoughts on “Some Reduction on Walt Disney World Annual Passholder Discounts

  1. I am a Maine resident who has had an annual pass for about 10 years and I agree it would be nice if I could pay for my AP like I pay for my house taxes, 1/2 the total amount, twice a year. Come On WDW, give us a break, as you are taking away so much that we previously had.

  2. Being a Annual Passholder for nearly 10 years, I have seen the discounts get cut and be at fewer places throughout WDW. I LOVE WDW, but it is becoming hard to defend getting an annual pass. Save for the fact that after you puchase 3 single day tickets, you’ve paid for an annual pass practically.

  3. I was hoping they would come up with a payment plan for Non Florida residents. Some of us would love to hold a pass but can’t afford the upfront cost all at once.

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