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Well, this shows us what Disneyland thinks of their legacy annual passholders. Passholders that literally kept them up and running and prevented them from bankruptcy after events like 9/11 and yet, we get nothing, not even a few days advanced ticket sales.
Seriously, Disney seems to think the west coast is just like the east coast and that they can ignore the people who have done so much to keep things going, but I think they are about to see that they will reap what they sow and basically end up with very few people going to the parks. Yes, in the short term (a few weeks), it will be quite busy, but it will taper off quickly if they don’t shape up. Other theme parks in the area are showing that they are more than appreciative of their passholders in various ways. Disney is definitely not the leader here.
Boo hoo. Self-entitled Karens like you are what’s wrong with the passholder program.
Pretty much the APs fill the park on shoulder days and seasons and rain days. Once those days come back the AP program will. Disney is not immune from misunderstanding its customers. The Galaxy’s Edge opening fiasco cost a few Disney employees their jobs.
Time will tell though
I am very Disappointed in the way Disney is treating us. My family have been A/P since the 90s. Two of us have been Premier. We are also DVC. Spent lots of time and money all these years. Would have been nice if Disney gave us some perk towards tickets. The Only theme parks who threw their Passholders away. Disney showed no loyalty to their loyal fans. I hope it comes back to bite them hard.
With a reported 1 million Legacy Passholders there’s no possible way they could’ve given them priority. Regular folks wouldn’t have had a chance to go until late Summer/early Fall if they gave each LP just one day each.
I do think they should give LP’s some sort of a discount on actual tickets rather than just perks on merchandise.
Legacy is just another word for “former”.
They fulfilled their end of the deal by refunding everyone the money they paid. Disney doesn’t owe anyone anything.
And even as a nice gesture, they are still allowing people to use the discount on their pass that no longer exists.
I’d say they’ve done plenty. It’s the entitlement of people who think that Disney still owes them something more that’s ridiculous.
Some of us haven’t even been refunded yet. According to a CM only about 50% of refunds have been given out. 🤷🏼♀️
Still waiting on that refund! And as for the discount continuing until a new passholder system is announced, if you check the DL app, the discount now says it expires on April 30.
From what I’ve read and understand the expiration date for the discount will be extended and updated in the app beyond April 30th until a new passholder program is announced.
I understand and am ok with the handling of the ticket system for the reopening. They are in a difficult situation and nothing they do will please everyone. I have had an AP since 2014 but live in an adjourning state so I won’t be joining the reopening festivities. I am ok with that as this is unprecedented times. My only wish is that there was some way for non-Californians to partake in Legacy specials and shopping discounts. I will, of course, survive without it. I will return to Disneyland, we all will. But for now, one day at a time should be the planet motto.
They may yet discover that they need us. They have made enemies with these decisions.
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