Calling all Disney World Annual Passholders! We have some updates for you!
As the reopening of the Walt Disney World Resort gets closer, there are some important dates annual passholders need to consider:
- June 22: On this date, Disney Resort and other select hotels guests with a valid theme park admission including passholders, will be able to make a park reservation on the Disney Park Pass System
- June 26: Annual Passholders without a resort reservation, can make park reservations for up to 3 days at a time
Annual passholders will have the opportunity to attend a special preview at Magic Kingdom or Animal Kingdom on July 9 or 10.
An invitation will be sent via email soon. Reservations for these previews are required and limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. So make sure to register as soon as you get your invitation.
If you would like to bring another guest to this previews, they will also need to have a valid annual pass and be listed on your “Family & Friends” section on My Disney Experience, as well as, share “All My Plans” with you.
Policy Updates and Refunds
For Annual Passholders that paid in full:
- Your pass will be extended for one month. It will automatically appear on your My Disney Experience account in October 2020
- You also have the option to cancel your pass and receive a partial refund, depending on the amount of time your pass was used
You will also have another option in case the one automatic one doesn’t work for you:
- You can extend your pass for the number of days the parks were closed. The new expiration date will be reflected on your annual passholder account prior to reopening
- If you pick this option and choose to cancel, you will receive a partial refund for the park closure period.
*For this alternative option you will have to call 407-939-7277
For Annual Passholders on the monthly payment plan:
- Your pass will be extended for one month. It will automatically appear on your My Disney Experience account in October 2020. Remember that monthly payments are scheduled to resume when the park open in July 11
- You also have the option to cancel your pass. If you choose this, payments due after August 11, 2020 will be waived. And payments made between July 11 and August 11, 2020 will be refunded
You will also have another option in case the automatic one doesn’t work for you:
- You can choose to have your monthly payments postponed starting with payments due April 5, 2020 through the park closure period and then resumed on your scheduled payment date once the parks reopen. Those postponed payments will be collected in the months following the end of your current payment term and the pass will be extended for the number of days the parks were closed. Your new expiration date will appear on your annual passholder account before the parks reopen.
- You also have the option to not make any changes to your pass. Payments from April 5 and while the parks remained closed will be automatically waived. You will also get a refund for payments made between March 14 and April 4, 2020. Your scheduled payments will resume once the parks reopen and your expiration date will remain the same.
- For these alternative options, please call 407-939-7277
Credit: Walt Disney World
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