Disneyland stops sale of Southern California Annual Passport

Alfred Osborne
November 21, 2017

Beginning on Monday, Disneyland's Southern California Passport, one of the least expensive annual passes, is on hiatus, a Disneyland spokesperson confirmed to the Orange County Register.

The Orange County Register reported Monday that the $469 pass will no longer be available for new customers, but those now with the pass or have had their pass recently expire will be given an option to renew.

Current pass holders can renew the $469 Southern California Passport, which allows locals to visit Disneyland and Disneyland California Adventure about 215 days a year, but new ones won't be issued, at least for the foreseeable future. The pass was no longer seen on the Disneyland website Monday morning.

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Disneyland offered five types of annual passes, ranging in price from $339 to $1,049. With many new attractions coming, it appears Disneyland officials are taking steps to spread out the demand.

The Southern California Passport is one of two annual passes available for Southern Calfornia residents living in ZIP codes 90000 to 93599, from San Diego to north of San Luis Obispo. It also allows visitors into both Disneyland and California Adventure but on fewer days of the year.

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