This morning, Disneyland Paris updated their website to announce the continuation of the annual pass program! When COVID-19 hit the world, Disney famously paused the annual pass program around the world. Now that Disneyland Paris is set to resume their sales, we’re getting an idea of what the new program will look like with new procedures. Here is the excerpt from the website:
Dear Annual Pass holder,
We are pleased to inform you that the sales and renewals of Annual Passes will reopen as of July 15th, 2021.
We introduced last year a new tool for Guests to register the date of their visit and allow them to experience the magic of the Disney Parks under the best possible conditions, the satisfaction of all of our guests being at the heart of our priorities.
As we can provide our Guests with a better experience with this new registration tool, we have made the decision to maintain it for the foreseeable future.
Applicable to all Guests, access to the Disney Parks with your Annual Pass will still require a pre-registration for each of your visits.
Each Annual Pass holder will be allowed to register for 3 upcoming dates at any given time, pending availability of the registration calendar. These conditions allow us to offer as many available dates as possible in the calendar to a large majority of Annual Pass holders.
Availability of dates is constantly evolving, with new dates frequently being freed up, sometimes up until the day of the visit. Please check our calendar regularly for more availability.
We understand that this new way of using your Annual Pass is different from what you were used to. With that in mind, you will have the option to cancel your Annual Pass membership (only available to Passholders who purchased their Annual Pass before the 6th of July 2021).
For all refund requests, please fill in and validate the dedicated form. Cancellation requests will be accepted through August 8th, 2021 included and Membership cancellation will be effective on the 9th August 2021.
As you can see, while the functionality of the passes remains the same, passholders will still need to make reservations for their visits. Passholders may hold up to three reservations at a time but are encouraged to check frequently for openings.
We can only hope to see the annual pass programs at Disneyland and Walt Disney World resume in this capacity but only time will tell! What do you think of Disneyland Paris resuming annual pass sales on July 15? Be sure to connect with us on Twitter and Facebook to let us know!