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Disney World Stops Most New AP Sales

Walt Disney World has stopped selling most Annual Passes to its theme parks, which are no longer available for new purchases as of November 22, 2021.
That happened after significant backlash from APs over Walt Disney World continuing to charge Passholders monthly payments despite the parks being closed.
Disney’s Hollywood Studios, in particular, felt like one of the days shortly after the opening of Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, with overflow queues everywhere and triple digit waits for many rides.
In any case, the “feels like” crowds and congestion at Disney’s Hollywood Studios are 10/10.
One thing that is worth noting is that Walt Disney World and Disneyland have often increased Annual Pass prices in February.
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