(KGTV) - Disneyland is introducing some changes to its Annual Passport program in preparation for next summer’s opening of the highly-anticipated Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge land.
Under a new two-calendar system that begins in June 2019, Annual Passport holders can see which park they can visit -- Disneyland or Disney California Adventure -- with some dates open for Passport holders to visit both parks and some dates where Passport holders are blocked from visiting either park.
The changes appear to be more evident for those with the Deluxe Passport. Signature Passport holders have less blacked out dates, while Signature Plus Passport holders do not have blackout dates listed at all.
Passport holders can visit https://disneyland.disney.go.com/passes/blockout-dates/ to view what parks they can visit on a given chosen date. Under the calendar’s key, green means a holder is “Good to Go!” but gray means a Blockout Date.
A Disneyland Parks spokesperson said, “As our business evolves, this is the first step in reshaping our Annual Pass program, which will better manage the guest experience and allow all Disneyland Resort visitors to have a great visit, particularly as we look forward to the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in summer 2019.”
The new Star Wars park attraction is scheduled to open sometime next summer, but the “blockout” calendar seems to indicate a possible late-June 2019 opening.