Disneyland and the Disney California Adventure theme park are ending their annual pass program.
The popular, multi-tiered ticketing system is being retired. The annual pass program will eventually be replaced with new membership offerings.
There is no timeline on the new membership offerings due to the current Covid situation. Unfortunately, there is a surge with Covid cases in Southern California.
Refunds will be given automatically to those who paid for days beyond the parks’ closure last March. Disney is trying to manage a reduced capacity along with making it a reservation-only capacity when California health officials let the parks reopen.
A replacement for the annual pass program is not expected to be implemented until the pandemic recedes enough for the Disneyland Resort to welcome guests at or near its pre-COVID-19 levels of attendance.