As you may have heard already, Disneyland Resorts have raised their ticket prices once again. Perhaps as a method of crowd control? However, the bigger disappointment is the suspension of the very popular Southern California annual pass.
We are just as curious as you on what this means for current passholders. How will this affect us? There are not a lot of answers on the Disneyland Annual Passport site, so we searched responses on the official Facebook page. The below quotes are responses to questions from their Facebook fans.
I currently have the Southern California Passport. Does this mean I can't renew?
The Southern California Annual Passport is not being discontinued; due to the popularity of the product, only one-time renewals of this particular Annual Passport are currently available. New sales will reopen when our renewal rates return to an appropriate level that preserves the Guest experience. Sales of all of our other Annual Passports are currently available.
As a passport holder, how much would I need to pay for a block out ticket?
Blockout Day tickets are no longer available for purchase at this time. Annual Passholders wishing to enter on a blockout day may either upgrade their pass or purchase a one-day ticket.
Where do you all stand on the price hike? Is the price still worth it for you?