Walt Disney World has announced that it will resume selling annual passes on April 20. That’s right Disney fans, if you’ve had your fingers crossed that the world’s largest theme park would jump back into the annual pass business, your day is coming!

According to Disney, there will be three levels of annual passes, the Incredi-Pass ($1,399 plus tax), the Sorcerer Pass ($969 plus tax), and the Pirate Pass ($749 plus tax), purchasable online beginning April 20. The Pixie Dust pass for Florida residents will continue.

The Sorcerer Annual Pass will be available online early on April 13 for Disney Vacation Club members as part of their membership benefits.

There will only be a limited number of each tier of pass available, so act fast if you want to claim one.

Beginning April 18, passholders will be able to go to any Walt Disney World theme park after 2 p.m. without a reservation, except for Magic Kingdom on weekends. That’s sure to make Disney fans smile. Passholders will still need to make a park reservation if they are planning on visiting Disney’s parks earlier in the day
Disney has a number of new additions coming this year, including some new character meet-and-greets, a new evening show for EPCOT, and the opening of Journey of Water, Inspired by Moana.