While the people at Disneyland Resort are worrying about what the effects to the bottom line are of having 600,000 Annual Passholders (that’s a story for another day), the management at Walt Disney World are busy making it a better deal to purchase one. The Orlando Sentinal reports that Disney has reduced the number of summer blackout days for the Seasonal Passholder at WDW. This now means that tens of thousands of families with school age children who are about to return to school in Florida can get in a few visits to the Disney themeparks in the waning days of summer. Apparently August is a slow month for Disney when it comes to hotel bookings. Who knew?