The decision was taken at a meeting of the Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust (SSST) held on November 14.
The new scheme, launched on an experimental basis, will come into effect from November 18 and will be in force throughout the week, a top official said on Saturday.
Those wishing to attend Saibaba's "kakad" (morning) aarti and others at afternoon, evening and night will get passes. The price of paases for "kakad" aarti has been fixed at Rs 500 per person and for others it is Rs 300, SSST executive officer Ajay More said here.
The initiative has been taken to avoid rush of devotees and their better management, he said.
Earlier, passes were provided to devotees for attending aartis only on Saturdays and Sundays, which see a heavy rush of people at the world famous shrine, about 250km from Mumbai. This system was introduced in March 2010.
There was no change in the current system of issuing Rs 100 per person passes for "darshan" at the temple on Saturdays and Sundays, he said.
No such passes are required for "darshan" from Monday to Friday.