Disneyland Resort launches new reservation-based Disney Flex Passport
The Disneyland Resort has launched an all-new annual pass that combines a value price with visit flexibility – the Disney Flex Passport.
As the parks have gotten busier, and will only get even more so with the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, more guests are wanting to experience what Disneyland has to offer. To accommodate this, the resort is launching a new reservation system with the Disney Flex Passport.
Starting May 2, guests can purchase the Disney Flex Passport. Flex Passholders will have the ability to access either one or both parks on select good-to-go days, with limited blockout days, as well as make reservations on other days for more access. But keep in mind that the number of reservations available each day is limited.
These plans can be made through the Disneyland website and app, which features an interactive calendar to help book reservations. Guests can hold two reservation days up to 30 days in advance with the new passport alongside their good-to-go-days.
This new pass also offers a monthly payment plan for California residents, as well as dining and merchandise discounts.
Learn more about Disneyland’s newest annual pass in the video below:
To learn more, head to Disneyland.com/FlexPassport.