Downtown Disney has been open to the public since July 9. That day marked the beginning of the phased reopening of Disneyland Resort. But since Disneyland and Disney California Adventure have been closed for months, and there isn’t a reopening date announced yet, many Annual Passholders are left wondering: what do they do if their Annual Passports expire? And is a visit to Downtown Disney worth it if they can’t get their Annual Pass discount?
If you’re concerned about your Disneyland AP discounts, we’ve got you covered. Here’s what you need to know!
While speaking with a Cast Member at Downtown Disney today, we confirmed that even if your Disneyland Resort Annual Pass has expired, Disney is still accepting Annual Pass discounts. There are so many Annual Passholders at Disneyland Resort whose APs have expired during the park closure. But many of these Passholders are opting to have their Annual Passports extended for the length of the closure, or they are hoping to renew as soon as they can. Disney has confirmed that because of this, they are still honoring Disneyland Annual Pass discounts at Downtown Disney locations.
For example, if you want to purchase sweet treats at Marceline’s Confectionery or merchandise at World of Disney, Disney will still accept your Disneyland Resort Annual Passport discount. Just as before, your discount will depend on your pass tier, but rest assured that you can still enjoy all of Downtown Disney as an Annual Passholder with your discount like usual.
Want to know more about your options when it comes to your Annual Pass currently, with the parks closed? Click here to visit the official web page with all of that information from Disneyland Resort, and scroll to the Annual Passports section toward the bottom.
We’ll continue to stay up-to-date with all of the latest information pertaining to the reopening of Disneyland Resort. We’ll share more news as it is officially announced by Disney.
Are you a Disneyland Resort Annual Passholder? Have you visited Downtown Disney since it reopened last month? Let us know in the comments!