Disneyland Paris Annual Passes to be Automatically Extended by 5 Months to Make Up for Park Closures

Earlier in the week, it was announced that Disneyland Paris would be reopening on July 15, and since that point a steady stream of information has been released by the resort’s Guest Services, answering all our questions about how the COVID-19 pandemic and lengthy closures will affect future visits to the resort.

A topic on many guests’ minds is Annual Passes, and what Disneyland Paris will be doing to make up for the four-month losses on the pass since the resort closed back on March 15. Thankfully, it has now been revealed that the passes will be automatically extended by the number of days the parks were closed, so 123 days.

Alongside this, Disneyland Paris has also added an extra 30 days to all Annual Passes, in order to “thank [guests] for [their] patience and understanding during this adjustment period”. In total, that’s 153 days added on to all passes, the equivalent of a full five months.

This offer is applicable to all existing Annual Passes (Discovery, Magic Flex, Magic Plus and Infinity), including those which should have expired during the closure period. If you have a pass and would like to check your updated expiration date, you can input your details to this website.

Hopefully, this will provide some positive reassurance for Annual Passholders as we all await to get back into the Disneyland and Walt Disney Studios parks. Remember however, if you are planning a trip in the reopening period to make sure to read up on the new reservation system which will need to be used to ensure admission into the parks, including for Annual Passholders.

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