Though you may be familiar with Disneyland Annual Passports and Walt Disney World Annual Passes (perhaps you are even a holder of one of those passes yourself), you may be less familiar with the Disney Premier Passport.
Hailed as the “ultimate parks experience,” this unique Annual Pass grants holders admission to both Walt Disney World AND Disneyland for an entire year with no blackout dates, and also includes access to the Disney World water parks, Disney MaxPass for Disneyland, and more.
As we’ve been keeping you posted on the latest information with regards to Annual Passes for Walt Disney World and Disneyland in light of the current temporary closures of both Resorts, it is worth noting that Disney Premier Passport holders also have options when it comes to the status of their Pass at this unique time.
Active Disney Premier Passport holders who have already paid in full will automatically receive an extension to their Passport’s expiration date due to the theme park closures. (The new expiration date will be reflected on the holder’s account before the parks reopen.)
However, if a holder does not wish for the extension, they may opt for a partial refund for the closure period. Disney will provide information for how holders may choose this option soon. Passholders may also contact Annual Passholder Member Services at (714) 781-7277, but please be aware that long wait times should be anticipated due to heavy call volume.
Note that, unlike Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort Annual Passes, a monthly payment plan is not an option for the Disney Premier Passport. Readers interested in learning about options for Passholders participating in the Monthly Payment Plan program for Walt Disney World may click here, or click here to learn about the similar program in Disneyland.