Annual Pass sales aren’t looking the way they used to, as Disney World has halted the program and Disneyland is in the midst of making a replacement version.
But, one park is reinstating its Annual Passholder program next week.
Disneyland Paris has officially announced that Annual Pass sales will begin once again on July 15th with a few changes in place. Guests will need to register in advance for the date they want to visit with reservation availability for up to three upcoming dates at a time. The reservation process is similar to how Disney World and Disneyland guests need to book Park Passes prior to entering the parks.
Guests can purchase the Discovery, Magic Flex, Magic Plus, and Infinity Passes…
…that have a variety of benefits, depending on what level you choose for your needs.
Disneyland Paris will also be rolling out the new Disney Premier Access program soon as well, which is a paid FastPass program that costs guests €8 to €15 to ride an attraction, per person. We are continuing to monitor the Annual Pass situation for both Disney World and Disneyland. Just know that we will give you all the need-to-know details.
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