Disneyland is looking at a new system to replace popular annual pass-holder program it recently canceled

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By KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

Disneyland is looking at a new system to replace the popular annual pass-holder program it recently canceled.

It sent a survey to former pass-holders to figure out what kind of new membership program would work best.

Mice Chat website editor Dusty Sage tells KNX 1070 News membership prices floated in the survey range from $399 to nearly $1400.

"It took about 40 minutes for me to take the survey, pages and pages, maybe 15 pages with each page filled with pass options of questions for people to answer and let Disney know what they thought," he says.

Those are similar to 2019 prices for Disneyland annual passes.

Sage says it could be a while before Disneyland announces a new membership program.

He says the park will probably just offer single-day tickets that will require reservations once it reopens.

One financial analyst predicts that pent-up demand for entertainment will mean record attendance and profits for Disneyland and the other five Disney resorts worldwide when pandemic-related restrictions are lifted.

In the U.S., Disneyland is still closed, but Walt Disney World has reopened with capacity controls and other safety measures.