Flex your AP!
On the heels of an Annual Pass and ticket price increase the Disney Company is introducing a new annual pass called the Disney Flex Passport. The new AP will cost $599, will have what are being referred to as “Good To Go” dates, have limited block out dates but will have dates that you can reserved (limited to availability). Here’s how the reservations will work (via the Disneyland website):
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.
How do I make reservations?
- Make reservations by visiting the My Annual Passports page (coming soon) of the Disneyland website or the Tickets and Passes screen on the Disneyland app.
- 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.
- If you have 2 reservations during a 30-day window, you’ll have the opportunity to make another once your first reservation date has passed or if you cancel an existing reservation.
How do I cancel?
- You can cancel a reservation up until 11:59 PM of the day prior to the reservation date.
- Cancel by visiting the My Annual Passports page (coming soon) of the Disneyland website or the Tickets and Passes screen on the Disneyland app.
- There’s no limit to the number of cancellations you can make.
What if I’m a “no show”?
- 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.”
Can any date be reserved?
- Reservations may be made only for “Reservation Required” dates.
- Reservations are limited and subject to availability.
- If all available reservations have been made for a date requiring reservations, the date becomes a “Reservation Unavailable” date. Check the Admission calendar for such dates.
- In addition to “Reservation Required” dates and “Reservation Unavailable” dates, this pass has “Good to Go” dates (no reservation required) and a limited number of blockout dates.
So what do you think? Is the new Flex pass something that you would consider going? Which passdo you own now and how often do you use it? Let us know in the comments below.
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