Disneyland Has Canceled Its Annual Passport System
Disneyland Resort has canceled its "annual pass" system and has replaced it with a new "membership" system. That's right. And some who disagree may be asking, "Why?" According to the Disneyland Resort President, it's because of the restrictions going on throughout California and how the pandemic has hurt the classic theme park and their products and services, which include the Annual Passport.
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What will exactly replace the old passport system? A new "membership" system is all that's known at the moment, that will "...utilize consumer insights to deliver choice, flexibility, and value for our biggest fans." The former was a statement from the official Disneyland Resort website.
Many pass holders canceled their passes when COVID-19 hit, but only the committed fans held on, waiting for the park to reopen. The negative effect of this is that it caused many of those devoted fans to have strong emotional opinions on the matter and vent on the subject on social media platforms.
One fan complained on Twitter, "i am HEARTBROKEN about Disneyland canceling annual passes. ???? (i mean, who knows when they'll reopen & i wasn't planning on going to Disneyland during the pandemic) i can't afford to go to Disneyland 1-3x a month without my pass, so this sucks ????"