Disneyland Resort Suspends Annual Pass Program Indefinitely
Disneyland has announced that their Annual Pass Program will be discontinued in immediate effect with prorated refunds being offered to eligible holders.
Disneyland has suffered a tough 2020 as the famous resort has been closed for ten months due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Ken Potrock, president of Disneyland Resort said in a statement that “due to the continued uncertainty of the pandemic and limitations around the reopening of our California theme parks, we will be issuing appropriate refunds for eligible Disneyland Resort Annual Passports and sunsetting the current program.”
Potrock also revealed that Disneyland will be developing a new membership offering when it can reopen.
This announcement comes as earlier this week Disneyland allowed Orange Country officials to use its parking lot for a Coronavirus vaccination site.
Disneyland has battled with California health officials throughout the pandemic on the reopening of amusement parks with Disneyland claiming that other theme parks around the United States “have been allowed to open on the strength of our proven ability to operate with responsible health and safety protocols”.
Health officials have said that Disneyland can only re-open to the public once transmission reaches minimal levels and even then, the capacity of the park will be limited to 25%.
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