When Disney World temporarily closed in March, it raised A LOT of questions for Annual Passholders!
Shortly after the theme parks’ temporary closure was updated to “until further notice,” Passholders who had paid in full were told their Disney World Annual Passes would be automatically extended for the number of days the parks remained closed. Well, we’ve been getting concerned that those extensions still haven’t come, and we’re hoping to make Theme Park reservations soon. But there seems to be some Annual Pass movement today.
One Annual Passholder reached out to say that their expiration date had in fact been extended by the length of the closure. Here’s a screenshot, taken yesterday, of the original date for the extended Florida Resident Disney Weekday Select Annual Pass…
…and here’s the updated date screenshot, taken today! That’s 117 days added to that Annual Pass.
As a reminder, Disney World will have been closed for 117 days when the parks reopen — from March 15th through July 11th. Annual Passes should be extended by the number of active days on your individual pass that were impacted by the closure.
At press time, none of the Annual Passholders on our team are seeing any changes to their original Annual Pass expiration dates yet.
Keep in mind — Disney World will only be extending Annual Passes for members that have already paid in full or have chosen to postpone their monthly payments.
We’ll be keeping a close eye on the situation to see if Annual Pass extensions begin to roll out in full. Drop us a line @DisneyFoodBlog on instagram or twitter if you see movement on your pass expiration date so that we can let our readers know. If you have any questions regarding your Disney World Annual Pass, you should call V.I.PASSHOLDER Support at (407)939-7277.
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