Disneyland FINALLY has a proposed reopening date!
BUT, if you don’t already have tickets to visit the Happiest Place on Earth, you’re out of luck for now. According to an announcement from Disneyland, there is now a temporary pause on new ticket sales, Annual Pass sales, and renewals.
While Disney has yet to offer up more details on what this entails, this is a similar situation to what we saw when Walt Disney World announced it planned to reopen its theme parks on July 11th.
Disney World temporarily paused new ticket sales and Disney Resort hotel reservations ahead of its reopening to focus on guests whose vacations had been postponed due to the theme parks’ extended closure, and it seems like Disneyland is following suit.
Also like Disney World, capacity at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure will be limited upon reopening, and a new theme park reservation system will require all guests to reserve park entry in advance…including Annual Passholders (again, like we’ve seen in Disney World).
More details about the reservation system, ticket sales and more will be available soon. Stay tuned here for updates!
Do you have tickets or a Disneyland Annual Pass you’re planning to use when the theme parks reopen? Let us know in the comments!