As Disneyland rebuilds an Annual Pass program from the ground up, Disneyland President Ken Potrock said that the theme park operator is considering “day-parting” the Annual Pass offerings (via OC Register):
There’s nothing off the table as we begin to think about things that are important for people. Whether it’s the number of times that they visit on a product offering. Whether it’s when. Is it midweek or weekend? Is it morning or afternoon? Is it day-part oriented? It’s all of those kinds of things that we’re incredibly curious to hear back from the guests about.
While details about how Disneyland would implement a system weren’t available, Walt Disney World has a day-part Annual Pass called the EPCOT After 4 Pass that allows guests to enter EPCOT after 4pm – an ideal time for locals that want to enjoy the park after the workday. Walt Disney World also previously offered a “Mid-Day Magic” ticket back in 2019.
Disneyland is still in the early phases of surveying guests on what they want out of an Annual Pass and has not announced any specifics about what a future Annual Pass might entail.
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