Disneyland Resort Continues to Process Annual Pass Refunds

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News broke a few weeks ago that Disneyland would be ending their current Annual Passport Program. If you haven’t received your refund yet and are wondering if you’re going to, you can find your answers here!

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Keep in mind that Disneyland is still processing refunds, so be on the lookout if you haven’t gotten one and believe you should. Disneyland sent the following email to Annual Passholders reminding them of the refund process:

Dear Annual Passholder,

Thank you for your understanding as we work through this incredibly challenging and unprecedented time. Your pro rata refund has been processed to the credit card used to purchase your Annual Passport, or the most recent credit card used for payment towards your Passport, as applicable, but it can take approximately 7 to 10 business days to receive. This timeframe may vary from one financial institution to another.

For more information on Annual Passport refunds, please visit Disneyland.com/PassportRefund.

We encourage you to stay connected with the Disneyland Annual Passholders Facebook page as we plan to continue our Annual Passport communication and digital content with more special opportunities to come, until new membership offerings are announced.

Again, thank you for your loyalty over the years and your continued support.

Disneyland Resort Annual Passport Team

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Don’t worry about not having the Annual Passport Program anymore, because there is some good news on the horizon. The program isn’t necessarily over, just getting reimagined as attractions and entertainment would inside the parks. We may have even gotten a sneak peak at what these new Annual Passport options could look like thanks to a recent survey that Disneyland sent out.

As the world has changed much over the last year, Disneyland felt that this was the right time to change their membership offerings. Disneyland Resort President Ken Potrock touched on this in an interview with The Orange County Register. This time will be used to see how Disney can better serve the Guests and Annual Passholders who plan to visit Disneyland Resort once it reopens following its pandemic closure.

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In the meantime, if you previously had a Disneyland Resort Annual Passport, you can take advantage of the Legacy Passholder program. ‘Magical extras’ include special park news and discounts at the Downtown Disney District and Buena Vista Street at Disney California Adventure.

Stay tuned to Inside the Magic for the latest Disneyland news.

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