This morning we received an email from Disney Annual Passholder Support with an exciting message: “Don’t get your feathers ruffled – there’s still time to renew!”
Disney has suspended the sale of Annual Passes since the COVID-19 shutdown. Annual Passholders that didn’t renew or who had canceled their passes have not been able to get theirs back… Until now? It seems that Disney is now allowing these passholders to renew!
Inside the email was a link that take you to a page with the following message:
Once you click “RENEW YOUR PASS” it takes you to the screen to log into your Annual Pass account and then to another screen with the following:
Renew Your Annual Passes
Receive a special renewal price when you stay part of the Annual Passholder family, enjoying perks like discounts on dining, merchandise and more.
Park capacity is extremely limited, and will continue to be so for an extended period of time, based on guidance from health experts to promote physical distancing. Annual Passholders are required to make a reservation to enter a park before their visit, and reservations are limited.
Please note that:
- An annual pass does not guarantee you entry and it may be difficult for Annual Passholders to get park reservations to visit on certain dates.
- The number of reservations that an Annual Passholder can make and hold at one time will be limited.
- Some park and other experiences and offerings will be modified or unavailable, subject to limited capacity or availability or even closure and are not guaranteed.
You can compare the passes HERE
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