Skip to Content

Walt Disney World Annual Passes Now Available My Disney Experience App

Good news from Disney today, the Walt Disney World Annual Passes are now available on My Disney Experience App.  Before you couldn’t buy them on the app, but now your annual passes can be purchased directly there.  Let’s take a look at the options.

Login to My Disney Experience and select the “Buy Annual Passes” button:

Then you have to select where you live as different ticket options will be available to you depending if you’re a Florida resident or not:

Disney World Annual Passes My Disney Experience

Then select the type of pass you would like to buy.  These will depend on where you live, but for most the choices will be the Disney Platinum Plus Pass ($949):


Disney World Annual Passes My Disney Experience

Or the Disney Platinum Pass ($849):

Disney World Annual Passes My Disney Experience

Florida residents will be given other ticket options:



Once you’ve made your choice just go to the checkout and pay for your tickets:

Ticket sales are linked to your MDE account.  I think this is a very convenient feature, but still doesn’t change a whole lot because even if you buy your annual passes on the My Disney Experience app, you still have to go to Guest Relations to get it validated upon first arrival to the Disney Parks.  And there isn’t an option for DVC Members to buy their tickets on the app yet, so they will still have to get them through the DVC Website or at the parks.

Your Thoughts:

I want to know what you think about Disney World Annual Passes being available through the My Disney Experience App.

  • Would you buy your tickets this way?
  • What improvements should they still make?

Let us know in the comments section below!

If you enjoyed this article, as always I appreciate it if you’d share it with others via social media.  I work hard at making this website into a useful resource for you and your family to plan your visit to the Disney Parks and I hope it can help you! Thanks 🙂

PHOTOS: Roof Work Being Done to Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway Attraction
← Previous
FIRST LOOK: Video of Millennium Falcon Test Footage
Next →