We’ve had annual passes for over a decade. My sons don’t remember a time before Disneyland and thinks nothing about asking if we can run over for a couple of hours. It’s a great family time for all of us that has built lots of memories.
One of my boys thinks it’s the answer to every celebratory occasion. What should we do for Mother’s Day? Disneyland! Dad’s birthday? Disneyland! An unexpected afternoon off? Disneyland!
Have you thought it might be nice to have an annual pass so you could go to Disneyland for just a few hours to avoid the crowds, to take the kids for just a couple of hours and just experience the joy of the Happiest Place on Earth?
Have you been put off by the price tag associated with the annual passes?
Well, Disneyland has apparently figured out that people are more budget conscious and has come up with a payment plan for their annual passes. The best part about this is that unlike traditional lay-away, you actually get to use the pass while you pay for it.
If you are already a pass holder and need to renew your annual pass, you can do this for as little as $14.08 per month. If you’re not yet an annual pass holder or you’ve let yours expire, you’ll have to make a one time payment of $72 and then monthly payments of as little as $8.09 per month.
So, if you’re a Southern California resident, why not take advantage of this budget friendly opportunity to enjoy Disneyland for an entire year?
Blackout periods apply to many of the annual passes.