The and Disney California Adventure theme parks in California remain closed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. However, once they open there will be a massive change at both parks: Disney has announced it’s ending its long-running annual pass program.
In an sent to annual pass holders, Disneyland Resort president Ken Potrock said, “For nearly four decades, our Annual Passport program has been an important part of connecting with some of our most valued Guests. We are incredibly honored and grateful for that legacy, and the memories and magical moments you have helped us create over the years… I know that sunsetting the Annual Passport program will be disappointing to many of our Passholders who are just as anxious as we are to reopen our gates and welcome Guests back when the time is right.” The company also released a statement on Twitter, which you can see below.
Those who have active passes will receive refunds from the company and, according to Disney, there will be “membership offerings” announced at some point. It remains to be seen what those would entail.
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