Epcot
  • On May 28, 2016
    Ben from FL Asked

    My annual pass expires in June 18th. I was told that I have 30 days past the expiration date to renew with no down payment. I just wanted to verify that is true

    Hi Ben! It looks like you have a Florida annual pass for the Walt Disney Resort since you have indicated you reside in Florida. You can certainly renew your pass up to 30 days after your expiration date. If you are using the monthly pay plan you cannot do this by phone. You can renew on line or in person at a Guest Relations window at one of the parks or Disney Springs. Please click HERE to see information about how to renew your pass.

    Having an Annual Pass for the parks is such a convenient way a Florida resident can take advantage of all the fun throughout the year from Food and Wine or Flower and Garden festivals in Epcot to the special parties such as Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party or Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party in the Magic Kingdom. So many new things are happening too in Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom parks. Enjoy your visits!
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