Disneyland Resort Introduces New “Flex Passport”
The Disneyland Resort has had a large local fanbase since the original Disneyland opened back in 1955. The park became a staple of life in Southern California, so the resort has an extremely large annual passholder base. With the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland later this month, and a new Marvel-themed land opening at Disney California Adventure in 2020, the parks will be straining through hordes of tourists, let alone passholders.
Their solution has been announced, and it is the Disneyland Flex Passport. This new tier of annual passport will allow passholders to visit on what will be called “good-to-go” days as normal. There will also be select “reservation” days that passholders can select from, up to two reservations 30 days in advance. There will also be limited blockout days.
This new pass is Disney’s attempt at providing an admission option that balances budget and flexibility. Flex Passholders will be able to make reservations on the Disneyland website, as well as on the Disneyland Resort app. Reservations can be canceled and viewed via these outlets also. The passes will include dining and merchandise discounts. They will go on sale on May 21st, and will be available for $599 per pass.