Disneyland Resort Introduces New Reservation-Based Disney Flex Passport Annual Pass
Disney has just announced a brand-new Annual Passport that is the first of its kind, incorporating a reservation system for park access. Read more about the pass below!
Starting May 21, guests can purchase the Disney Flex Passport, priced at $599. Flex Passholders will have the opportunity to access one or both Disneyland park and Disney California Adventure park on select good-to-go days, with limited blockout days, plus make reservations on other days for more access. Plans can be managed through the website and the Disneyland app, where they can access an interactive calendar and book a reservation. Guests can hold two reservation days up to 30 days in advance with the new passport, while also enjoying good-to-go days.
Providing guests with options that meet their budgets—including a monthly payment plan for California residents—continues to be a priority for Disneyland Resort. Disney Flex Passport also includes benefits such as dining and merchandise discounts.
Reservations may be made on select dates online or by using the Disneyland app. They can be made up to 30 days in advance, and each Disney Flex Passport can hold 2 reservations during a 30-day window.
You can make reservations for other Disney Flex Passholders whose passports are linked to your Disney account. Reservations can be made up to 30 days in advance. (Each Disney Flex Passport can hold 2 reservations during a 30-day window.)
You can cancel a reservation up until 11:59 PM of the day prior to the reservation date, and there’s no limit to the number of cancellations you can make.
There are strict rules for no-shows, however:
Passholders who are a “no show” for 3 reservations in a 90-day window will be unable to make new reservations for 30 days after the third “no show.”
If you enter the park for which you have a reservation at any time before closing on your reservation date, you won’t be considered a “no show.”
If your reservation is for both parks, you only need to visit one to avoid being a “no show.”