(Bloomberg) -- Walt Disney Co. paused sales of all but one type of annual pass for its Florida theme parks, an effort to manage demand around the holidays.

The passes aren’t sold out, the company said Monday, and sales will resume sometime in 2022. Current holders can renew their passes and continue to visit, although the company noted attendance requires reservations and its Florida parks are sold out for some days during the Thanksgiving holiday week.

The news will likely disappoint recent purchasers who wanted to visit the parks during the holiday or people who planned to purchase passes as presents, according to Micechat, a website that follows the theme-park business.

The world’s largest theme-park operator introduced a newly designed annual pass program in September that requires reservations. Disney said earlier this month that demand for the passes had been strong and that the most expensive option, the $1,400-a-year Dream Key, with limited blackout dates, is sold out.

One type of pass, the Disney Pixie Dust Pass, is still available. It is sold only to Florida residents, with the $400 cost allowing visits on weekdays, subject to some restrictions on peak attendance days.

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