Disneyland Confirms No FastPass, MaxPass, or Early Entry When Parks Reopen

Today the Disneyland Resort website was updated to show that when the parks reopen, as expected, Fastpass, Maxpass, and Early Park entries will not be offered.

What’s Happening:

  • Today, the Disneyland Resort website was updated to include the following language:
    • As a result of the impact of COVID-19 on operations, FastPass and Disney MaxPass services are suspended for the time being and are not available for purchase or use. We will share future updates at a later date.
    • Magic Morning and Extra Magic Hour offerings will be suspended upon reopening of our hotels and theme parks as we plan to manage capacity. We will share any updates on these offerings at a later date.
  • At this time, Disney has not shared any additional details about the reopening of the Disneyland Resort, but have promised to provide updates as they become available.
  • During The Walt Disney Company’s Annual Meeting of Shareholders, CEO Bob Chapek said the resort is working to reopen and hopes to be up and running by “Late April.”
  • No official date was given and this is just a goal.
  • Chapek shared that it will take time to not only get the parks ready, but also to get Cast Members back to work.
  • The “ Blueprint Refresh” from the Newsom administration will allow the parks to reopen as early as April 1st, once the counties they are located in reach the “Red/Substantial” tier 2 risk status.
  • Attendance at the theme parks will be limited only to California Residents, with new guidelines being released in the next couple of weeks in partnership with the parks, likely on how to enforce that.
  • Starting April 1st, parks can reopen at 15% capacity in the red/substantial tier 2, with capacity levels shifting with the next tiers, Orange/Moderate tier 3, and yellow/minimal tier 4.
  • Under the revised guidelines, per Dr. Mark Ghaly, secretary of California Health and Human Services, there will be both a building capacity limitation and a time limitation. A ride that takes place indoors or goes into a building for a brief period of time may open if it meets both of these requirements.

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