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I don’t think I will go back to Disneyland, took away our passes, I’m not going to pay a fortune to be there squashed by hundred of people and strollers. If ever going the at a very long time brought my family when I got older was always there since the early 60s.
I don’t think I will go back to Disneyland, took away our passes, I’m not going to pay a fortune to be there squashed by hundred of people and strollers. If ever going the at a very long time brought my family when I got older was always there since the early 60s. Until present.
I know this is going to ruffle some feathers but…I for one am glad that they took away the Annual Passes. As you say “I’m not going to pay a fortune to be there squashed by hundreds of people and strollers”. For us non pass holders this is how we feel each time we go. I do not live close enough for Annual Passes to make sense to buy. Instead we might take a vacation to Disneyland once a year or at the least once every two years. However, when we get there it is always packed. No Annual Passes means less people in the parks which means more enjoyable for those of us who can’t go on a whim and visit several times throughout the year. I’d rather pay more for my three day park hopper when I do visit and have less people to get “squashed by”.
So, what about the people like me who purchased Disneyland tickets last year in May of 2020 for a family of four. Are you saying you are going to charge me more on top of what I paid. I waited over a year with our Autistic daughter who has been waiting to go for three days.
If you have a pass from last year you should have gotten a refund…you need to be proactive and call them. It was posted here.
You didn’t read her comment. She’s talking about tickets purchased not passes…
I’m sure once the park gets close to reopen they will let you know. I was a pass holder and they would send us updates. They would always say passolders and ticket holders had first dips.
We were passholders for 27 years. I understand cancelling the program. I was angry but in retrospect, how can you in good conscience sell passes to people when you can’t guarantee admittance and in such a questionable climate. That said, Disneyland has been gradually gouging us for every dime for the last 15 years and aggressively gouging for the last 5. The value is gone. We continued to renew because for my wife and I, it was part of our lifestyle and we couldn’t bring ourselves to break the chain. We miss it, but COVID has broke the chain for us and we would love to go back but will not be slammed for an excessive price as this article suggests. We just won’t.
I would absolutely love to go! I miss Disney so much. This was actually our first year of being pass holders. However, that being said, I am saddened that they cancelled our passes. It really doesn’t make sense unless they are planning on raising the prices and basically making unaffordable for many. Which would be likely my family. This is not what Walt wanted! If Disney continues to raise the prices then I won’t be going, it shows they are only about making money and could care less about the Disney magic and experience for all. They lost the Disney magic.
If they don’t raise they prices I hope they give us “legacy pass holders” a chance to purchase the news plan first. It’s only right.
I was upset about the passes being cancelled too but if you can’t guarantee someone park entrance, what good is selling them a pass?
I was a California resident Premier Passholder when Disneyland closed March 14, 2020. Disney let me purchase a Walt Disney World(FL) Annual Pass good till March 31st, 2022. I made several WDW trips to “experience” Disney Parks. I’ll visit Disneyland (CA) parks if their admission price is around the same as WDW parks. Disneyland is the original so I hope fans can return soon.
Anyone willing to pay more than $150 to visit ANY theme park for just a single day is an…idiot. (I wanted to use a stronger word, but I refrained).
The only reason Disney has been increasing the price for years, whether it is annual passes or regular park admission, is for crowd control purposes. The parks are so crowded who can really enjoy the experience. I can remember going to the Magic Kingdom and only waiting 15 minutes to get onto a ride; maybe 30 for Space Mountain. Character greetings had to placed in a permanent place because of the crowds. With that being said, however, a ticket that costs more than $50 is outrageous!
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