So, just wondering what people think/if anyone knows what to expect with Annual Passes to WDW after the D23 announcements. Disneyland has made moves to cut back on Annual Passholders, and WDW has been steadily increasing their prices as well. I was considering getting Annual Passes in advance of our second trip later this year- just in case we are able to take some 2-4 day trips in 2018. Incentive to do this is increased by the ability to renew passes at a lower rate than buying them outright. With the price hikes inevitably on the horizon, is this still a reasonable choice? We're new to the parks and would ideally like to visit at least through 2022. I thought if I could swing it financially the passes might make decent sense long term, as one/two day parkhopper tickets are very high and we will never be able to do more than four days at a time tops. I've run a lot of numbers and at present, it's not unreasonable. Still expensive, but the parks are expensive for short term visitors and that is unlikely to change. Do you think they will continue the renewal discount?