Disneyland has announced that the annual pass will no longer be available for purchase and will be discontinued. Disney is planning to move all current pass holders to the annual pass renewal program.
Disney confirmed that the decision to discontinue the annual pass was made due to the current outbreak of the coronavirus. Disney will only charge annual pass holders to renew their pass in July 2018. Pass holders will have until mid-June to make changes, as well as get their current passes reissued. This is still the current time when Disney sells passes.
I use a Disneyland annual pass and found out today that it is also being discontinued in July. I will need to get a new one soon. Any suggestions/suggestions on how to save $200 (or possibly more) on my Disneyland pass? — Chris Austin (@chrissxaustin) April 18, 2017
Danielle Piscitelli, from California, was flying from Phoenix to Denver when she got the unfortunate news that the Disneyland annual pass would be discontinued, according to a report from TMZ.
“Disneyland officially put a notification on their website Tuesday about a plan to scrap their annual pass for the first time in 13 years.” Piscitelli told TMZ. “We tried to cancel it but they refused to give us any reason. Disney told us we were too old and we don’t need the pass anymore.”
Disneyland and all Disneyland Resort properties (including the Anaheim and Buena Park airports) remain open. This ban on purchasing Disneyland’s annual passes is only for in-person sales of Disneyland’s in-park passes. However, I recommend purchasing the annual pass at the airport, because that way you’ll be able to purchase it online and avoid the line at the front of the park and thus be able to leave as early as you like.
You may want to buy an annual pass at the airport.
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Disneyland Resort remains open for business.
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