Disneyland to End Annual Passport Program

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Are you a Disneyland enthusiast? It's always been a sort of tradition to get out of the PNW and head to the sunshine in California to visit Disneyland. Some people in the Pacific Northwest are even annual passport members. However, Disneyland has just announced that after nearly 4 decades of having an annual passport program, it will be coming to an end.

With current park restrictions in place with the on-going Covid-19 pandemic and obstacles already existing in honoring reservation for passports in the past, Disneyland has decided to end the program.

While the changes are a bit disheartening, Disneyland is hoping that by ending the program, park visitors will feel safer visiting the park and won't have any obstacles visiting the park.

Current Disneyland annual passport members can receive a prorated refund.

Read more about it HERE

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