Disneyland Introduces New Disney Flex Passport Option

Disneyland has introduced a new option for Annual Passports. The new Disney Flex Passport will be available starting May 21, 2019.

Disneyland Disney Flex Passport ©Disney

The new Disney Flex Passport will let guests choose to visit one park or both Disneyland parks, have limited blockout dates, and give guests an opportunity to make reservations to visit a park.

Disney Flex Passport holders can use either the Disneyland app or website to check on “good to go” dates, “reservation only” dates, and blockout dates. Disney Flex Passport holders can book up to two reservations for a reservation only dates up to 30 days in advance.

Disney released the following informational video with the introduction of the new passport:

The Disney Flex Passport will include other benefits such as dining and merchandise discounts at select locations, and a monthly payment plan for California residents.

Learn more about this new annual passport option on the Disneyland website.

Learn about Disneyland Ticket and Annual Passport Options here.

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Sarah has built a career in communications and marketing that started when she was the editor of her high school newspaper. She has written for AllEars.net since 2018, and enjoys sharing Disney news and updates with the AllEars community. She's been a Disney fan ever since her first visit to Walt Disney World when she was 5, and has been known to arrange trips around visiting a Disney park!

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One Reply to “Disneyland Introduces New Disney Flex Passport Option”

  1. All of the planning required, all of the stipulations and restrictions, all of the hoops you have to jump through just to get the chance to spend a boat load of money at an amusement park. Seriously. Who really wants to put themselves through this for a stale and outdated form of entertainment?