NEWS: New Disneyland Membership Program In Development Stage

ANAHEIM, CA - MARCH 16: A lock hangs on the center gate between the turnstiles at the entrance to Disneyland in Anaheim, CA, on Monday, Mar 16, 2020. The entire Disneyland Resort is shutting down due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images)

Last week, Disneyland shared that it would be removing their Annual Pass program.

Disneyland, Unlike Disney World, is heavily reliant on local attendance. California locals, shocked from the news of the cancelation, naturally have been concerned about what’s to come.

The good news? It seems that a new replacement program currently being developed.

Disneyland resort President, Ken Potrock, has said that the Anaheim theme park will be seeking feedback from former Passholders on things like price, frequency, spontaneity and the time of day, week or year they’d like to use their pass.This would serve as a replacement for Disneyland’s AP program. The opinions shared from previous Passholders will be taken into consideration while creating the new program.

The goal of the new offering is to cater to the largest quantity of guests, while spreading attendance somewhat evenly throughout Disneyland and Disney California Adventure.

Potrock also shared that the replacement program is already in development. Though Disneyland still remains closed indefinitely.

What are your thoughts on a new “membership” and what do you think it will entail? Let us know in the comments!