Disneyland President Ken Potrock discussed the future of Disneyland's Annual Pass program on the D23 Inside Disney podcast today.
Disneyland ended its previous Annual Pass program earlier this year. After that occurred, everyone who had an active Disneyland Resort Annual Passport as of March 14, 2020, became a Legacy Passholder.
Legacy Passholders currently get a few perks, such as the ability to register for exclusive events, photo opportunities, discounts and more throughout the resort. It is expected for these Legacy Passholder perks to remain in place until further notice or until the new AP/membership program is introduced.
Now, Disneyland President Ken Potrock has confirmed that a reimagined Annual Pass program will be coming later this year! He stated in the D23 podcast:
“… we had sunsetted the Annual Pass Program, and we needed to do that really for two incredibly important reasons. One because of the capacity constraints that I told you about previously and two because we thought this was a great opportunity for us to reimagine an Annual Pass program that wasn’t just built on the last couple of decades but was built on how our Guests and our fans wanted to use the parks going forward.
We’re working on that right now and we’ll clearly be launching something before the end of the year, but I think its gonna be an exciting new program that I think people and our biggest fans and quite honestly our most loyal fans will be very responsive too.”
This is great news for Disneyland fans because one-day ticket prices can really add up when you want to visit the parks over and over again!
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