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Good News For Annual Passholders: New Magnets Are Headed to Your Mailbox

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Good News For Annual Passholders: New Magnets Are Headed to Your Mailbox

With all of the news pouring in today, it is a little hard to keep up! Some of the news was disappointing for sure, but now there is a bright spot for Annual Passholders. New Annual Passholder magnets will be sent out this summer!

One of the perks of being an Annual Passholder at Walt Disney World is getting your hands on the different magnets that are given out during festivals at Epcot.

When Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival was cut short this year due to the parks temporary closure, many Annual Passholders were disappointed to miss out on their chance to grab one (or both!) of the exclusive magnets.

Breaking: Severe Restrictions On Annual Passholder Days Without Park Reservations

In a new email today, Disney has shared a whole lot of information for Annual Passholders regarding the new policies that will be in place when Walt Disney World begins reopening the theme parks on July 11.

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In the email, Passholders were informed they will be able to use the new reservation system to make Theme Park reservations for 3 days without a resort stay booked, and shared how to either cancel their Annual Pass or receive an extension.

Now, as a special surprise, Disney wants to say “thank you” for being a loyal Annual Passholder. We know it doesn’t take away from the sting of many of the limitations put on Annual Passes, but we think it’s a nice little gesture.

“To thank you for your loyalty, we want to give you a sprinkle of pixie dust by mailing you an exclusive magnet later this summer (one per household).”

There is no word on whether or not these Annual Passholder magnets will be the magnets from Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival, or an entirely different (yet to be seen) design.

And best of all, they’ll be delivered straight to our mailboxes! I know I’m eagerly anticipating mine!

What are your thoughts on Walt Disney World’s “sprinkle of pixie dust” for Annual Passholders? Let us know on Kenny the Pirate’s Facebook Page, or join our crew and continue the discussion!




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7 COMMENTS

  1. We are a large family. I do my own pin things and am basically in a mother in laws apt. Because my daughter and I share the same address I cannot get my AP magnet. Additionally her teenage daughters each have their own collections. When we were in the parks we got 1 per passholder. Not fair to have fight over who gets what because of an address. It should remain 1 per passholder. Obviously they only value 1 passholder per house so losing the rest is of no concern. I’m about over Disney.

  2. It’s an insult! Last time we renewed our passes there was a huge price increase. Now that we’re paying nearly $1,000 for each family member they can’t give us a 25 cent magnet? They claim to value our loyalty but between the limit to 3 reservations and this cheap magnet trick it doesn’t look that way. All through the pandemic I had planned to support Disney but now I’m thinking it’s time go for the refund.

  3. We are from Long Island and planning a week long trip to WDW in September just before school restarts. We have a home in Winter Haven and will not be staying on property. As AP we can pick three days (if available) to visit one park a day and are at the mercy of the reservation system for the remaining days of the vacation. Great reward for buying AP and terrible for planning our trip.

  4. I agree! I pay for 3 and we are all adults and we all want our own magnet. My daughter lives with me bc she is a college student. I am very happy to be getting the magnet but would like one per pass holder please!

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