Can you believe that Disneyland has already been closed for 3 weeks?? (Oh, we miss you so!!)
Right now, the parks are taking as many safety precautions as possible by extending their closures indefinitely. And, while we aren’t sure when we’ll be able to walk down Main Street or watch World of Color again, we do have all the answers to your Annual Pass questions!
Although Disneyland is working with guests to refund and reschedule vacations, this time can be a little confusing if you’re an Annual Passholder. So, we’re here to break down everything you need to know about your passes and how they will be affected by the park closures!
I Paid For My Annual Pass In Full. Will My Expiration Date Be Extended?
Yes! Disney has stated that the Annual Passholders who have paid in full “will automatically have their Passport expiration date extended” for the number of days that the parks are closed.
Since they won’t be opening “until further notice,” we aren’t aware of what the new expiration date will currently be. Do keep in mind they are currently accepting reservations beginning June 1st.
Disney has shared that Passholders will be able to see the extended date on their account before the parks reopen, so they have plenty of time to enjoy all those benefits!
What If I Don’t Want To Have My Annual Pass Extended?
On April 2nd, Disney stated that paid-in-full Annual Passholders who don’t want their expiration date extended after the park reopens can opt for a partial refund instead. More information surrounding this refund will be coming soon!
I’m A Part Of The Monthly Payment Program. What Will Happen To My Annual Pass And My Current Payments?
Starting April 5th, monthly payments will automatically stop and upcoming monthly payments will be waived during the closures. Annual Passholders who are a part of the Monthly Payment Program will be refunded for their payments made between March 14th and April 4th.
Once Disneyland reopens, these monthly payments will resume. However, Passports will not be extended and they will still expire on their original expiration dates.
Members of the Monthly Payment Program can also choose to have their monthly payments postponed starting April 5th through the current closures. After the parks open back up, the postponed payments will be collected in the months that follow the current payment term.
If you’re looking to have your expiration date extended, this option allows you to have that expiration date moved so you have a longer period of time to enjoy the parks. We will be providing more information about how you can take advantage of this offer soon!
What Will Happen To My Disney Flex Pass During The Closures?
If you’re a Disney Flex Passholder, your reservations made during the closures will be canceled without penalty.
What If I want To Reschedule My Trip For Another Time So I Can Use My Annual Pass?
Although Disneyland has been providing easy ways for guests to cancel their reservation online, there are also new discounted hotel rates for those affected by the closure.
If you book a visit to Disneyland for most arrival dates from June 1st through December 31st, 2020, you can take advantage of the summer offer. On weekdays (Sunday through Thursday), eligible guests will receive 10% off a Premium Room at Paradise Pier or they can head over to the Disneyland Hotel and Grand Californian Hotel for 15% off a Standard Room or 20% off a Premium Room. All you have to do is book by May 31st, 2020 to take advantage of the discounted hotel rates.
Who Can I Contact If I Have More Questions About My Annual Pass?
You can contact Disneyland’s Annual Passholder Member Services at (714)781-7277 if you have any more questions or concerns. However, there are a lot of calls coming through right now, so there might be a long wait time before a Cast Member can assist you.
We’ll keep updating this page with more information!
Do you have any more questions about your Disneyland Annual Pass? Let us know in the comments below, and we’ll help you find the answers!