Fresno, California 2021-01-14 17:55:06 –
In a letter released to passholders, Disneyland Resort President Ken Potlock said, “Due to the ongoing uncertainty of pandemics and restrictions, and the expected restrictions on the reopening of theme parks,” the current program. Said to begin to be abolished.
Eligible passports will be refunded.
The company is committed to offering new memberships for the future.
“We plan to use this time in a closed manner to leverage consumer insights to develop new membership offerings that offer choice, flexibility and value to our biggest fans.” Mr. Potlock said. “As we share more information about future membership offerings, passholders will be the first to contact us when we embark on this next chapter.”
The Annual Passport Program, which is especially popular with Southern California people, allows owners to visit both Disneyland Park and California Adventure on certain days throughout the year, and receive discounts, special offers, and invitations to events. I did.
Some discounts will continue to be offered to Passholders at the Downtown Disney Store, where restrictions and the COVID-19 protocol remain in place during the pandemic.
Learn more about the end of the passport program, refunds to passport holders, and the text of the Potlock letter.
Related: Downtown Disney Expands to California Adventure
The park was closed in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Southern California is under a strict state ban, as the ICU capacity available in the area is stated to be 0% and it is unclear when the park will be allowed to reopen.
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