Disneyland Will No Longer Be Selling Tickets To People In Southern California

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The Disneyland Resort in Anaheim will no longer be selling annual passes to people in Southern California. The theme park stopped selling annual passes on Monday, November 20, 2017. The park stated that they stopped selling passes in order to control crowds.

People who already have a pass will be able to renew it. However, new people will not be able to get a pass. An annual pass costs $469. Suzi Brown is the spokesperson for Disneyland Resorts. She stated that annual passes are one of the most popular packages. She also stated that the park will continue to do everything that they can to meet the demands of their customers.

This is not the first time that Walt Disneyland has done something like this. In 2014, Disneyland Resort suspended annual pass sales. They did this in order to prevent long lines and reduce frustration. During this time, the annual passes were $359. People were able to visit Disneyland 215 days out of the year.

The pass was brought back in 2016, and the price increased to $459. People were able to visit Disneyland 221 days out of the year. The park has suspended the pass sales in order to prepare for an expected increase in visitors next year. California Adventure Park will be getting a makeover. The park will also be expanded in 2019 and new attractions will be added.

This is not the only thing that Disneyland is doing in order to control crowds. People will have to pay a higher ticket price during the high-demand days. Ticket prices will be lower on less popular days. Southern California residents can still purchase a passport for $339. However, they will only be able to visit the park 150 days out of the year. They will not be able to visit the park on holidays, weekends, spring break and most days of the summer.

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