If you are an Annual Passholder on a monthly payment plan, you may have already received or may soon be receiving some important information from Disney regarding extensions to your pass.
Disney World Annual Passholders have had to make a lot of decisions this year.
With choices between extensions and refunds, changing expiration dates, and high-demand Disney Park Passes; we’ve been dishing out a LOT of news for Annual Passholders over the past few months. Well, now we have an update for those who have opted to cancel their passes — we now know when your refund should arrive!
We’ve been hard at work scoping out all the latest news for you this week. Today we have all the details on the reopening of all the Disney World theme parks and MORE!
See all of our coverage on Disney park closures and reopenings HERE. We still have a LOT to share with you this week, so let’s jump right in… .
The reopening of the Disney World theme parks is an unprecedented situation. Disney is walking a fine line in making sure their guests are happy with the protocols.
One heavily affected group is Disney World Annual Passholders. The closure of the parks and modified reopening are definitely not what Passholders had in mind when they purchased their passes. Now, Disney is giving Passholders options for how they want to handle their passes with the reopening.
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.
Yesterday, Disney World amended its policies concerning Annual Passholder memberships which you can read more about here.
And while we’re super-relieved Disney is finally cutting APs some breaks in light of the parks being closed until further notice, some of the updated wording can be a little tricky to understand!