Both Disneyland and Walt Disney World have updated their websites with new information related to the resort closures amid the global health emergency and how that impacts their most loyal customers – annual pass holders.. Effective April 5, both resorts will stop and waive all… Read More »Annual Passholders can now halt payments at both Disneyland & Walt Disney World
Disneyland and Walt Disney World update Annual Passholders on how passes will be affected by Coronavirus related park closures
Disney’s two domestic themed resorts are popular destinations for travelers and locals alike. Many fans purchase Annual Passes which allow them opportunities to visit throughout the year at a significant discount and provide other benefits. With the unprecedented closures of all the theme parks at… Read More »Disneyland and Walt Disney World update Annual Passholders on how passes will be affected by Coronavirus related park closures
In a move that places a premium on unrestricted access to Disneyland and Walt Disney World, the two resorts have revised their annual passholder programs. If you want to visit Disneyland any day of the year, you’ll have to pay more than $1000 for the… Read More »Disney revises Annual Passholder Program at Disneyland and Walt Disney World
If you were a business owner and had so many customers who wanted to visit your establishment that it became over crowded and unpleasant, you’d still consider that a good thing, right? The question becomes, what do you do with those extra people who just… Read More »Disneyland has an Annual Passholder Problem
Thursday night my family and I joined nearly 300 other guests at the Magic Kingdom for a special Halloween Trick-or-Tweetup event. The Disney Parks Blog organized this fun, engaging, and magical event for the few lucky guests whose fast fingers got them and RSVP before the event filled up.
Guests were encouraged to dress up and tweet from the event, which many did. Three special guests from Walt Disney Imagineering answered questions from the attendees and Disney Blog team go into the spirit coming in costumes. They also provided free soft drinks and desserts. Finally, they handed out gifts to some of the best costumed guests and everyone got a parting gift (two actually).
Really, I would have been happy with something to drink and the Imagineers. But this event was over the top. One of the best free things I’ve ever experienced as a guest. It’s too bad they can’t do this more often. Disney gets all sorts of great publicity (like this) and the locals get to feel like they’re appreciated.
My biggest critique was that there was so much to do, I couldn’t get it done in the time allotted. Which, if you think about it, isn’t really that bad.
More photos and another video below the jump: