It appears there are some changes coming to Disneyland Paris Annual Passholder Privilege Tickets, including increased prices and a new tier system.
According to DLPReport,
From Nov 6, 2020, to Mar 31, 2021, Disneyland Paris is introducing a tiered pricing for AP Privilege tickets with significant increases: – Infinity: Low season 37 € / High season 52 € – Magic Plus: Low season 42 € / High season 57 €.
High Season is :
– 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28 and 29 Nov 2020
– 5, 6, 12, 13, and from 19 to 31 Dec 2020
– from 1 to 3 Jan 2021
– 13, 20 and 27 Fev 2021
– 6, 13, 14, 20, 21, 27 and 28 Mar 2021.
— DLP Report (@DLPReport) October 8, 2020
Disneyland Paris allowed its Annual Passholders to be able to purchase theme park tickets with a 20% discount, while also suspending ticket sales at the park entrances.
The Disneyland Paris website states the following:
Ticket sales at the Disney Parks entrance are currently suspended. However, it is exceptionally possible – and upon request from the Visitors Relations counter – to buy 1-Day Tickets with the Annual Pass discount of -20% for Magic Flex, Magic Plus and Infinity Annual Passes (maximum 5 tickets per day and per Annual Pass member).
Disneyland Paris reopened its theme parks with the Walt Disney World Resort in Mid-July after their own pandemic-induced closure. And while the hours at both Parc Disneyland and Walt Disney Studios Park have been shortened and resort hotels like the Disneyland Hotel, Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne, and Disney’s Sequoia Lodge have to remain closed, Guests have still been able to return to the magic once again. Construction is also continuing on the expansion to Walt Disney Studios which is set to include a Frozen-themed land, a Marvel-themed land, and a Star Wars-themed land.
For those planning a trip back to Disneyland Paris, it is important to be aware of the sudden changes that can take effect in such an uncertain time, as well as how that can affect your trip. Click here to learn more and receive your free, no-obligation quote today!