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  • On Sep 1, 2022
    Karinna from RI Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Will current DVC annual pass holders be able to renew their Sorcerer pass for Sept 2022 renewal?

    Hiya Karinna!

    As a fellow Disney Vacation Club Member, I'm happy to say "Welcome Home" to planDisney.  Thanks for stopping by with your question. As a Walt Disney World Annual Passholder and a Disney Vacation Club Member, planning a Walt Disney World vacation is as easy as waving a magic wand –– all it takes is a few clicks on the DVC website and a couple of Disney Park Pass reservations and you're on your way!  But to keep your coach from turning into a pumpkin at midnight, let me share a few details about renewing your Disney Sorcerer Pass and keep that Membership magic going for another year.

    While sales of most new Annual Passes are currently paused, current Walt Disney World Annual Passholders still have the option to renew their pass as their expiration date approaches. Your Pass can be renewed up to 60 days before and 30 days after it expires, so if your current Annual Pass expires sometime in September, you can go ahead and renew it whenever you're ready.   To do this, you can visit the Annual Pass renewal page on the Walt Disney World website, renew over the phone by calling (407) 560-7277, or visit any Walt Disney World theme park ticketing window or Guest Relations location. If you're on the fence about renewing your Annual Pass, one thing to keep in mind is that renewing is currently the only way to keep your Pass active.  If you don't renew within your window and change your mind later, you'll have to wait until sales of new Annual Passes resume in order to become an Annual Passholder, again.

    Once you've renewed your Annual Pass, don't forget to make your Disney Park Pass reservations for your upcoming Walt Disney World Resort visit.  Remember, you'll need to make a theme park reservation for the first park you plan to visit each day (if you're planning to Park Hop, you'll be able to do this beginning at 2 PM without making an additional reservation).  Since Disney Park Pass availability is limited, it isn't unusual to see reservations fill up as a date approaches. For the most availability –– and the best chance of visiting the park you choose each day –– I suggest making those reservations as soon as possible.

    Thanks so much for visiting planDisney, Karinna.  If you think of more questions as your next Walt Disney World Resort visit gets closer, I hope you'll stop by again –– we're always here to help!

    See Ya Real Soon,
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