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Disney has revealed new details regarding partial refunds, pass extensions and waived payments for Walt Disney World and Disneyland Annual Passholders during the theme parks' indefinite closures due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
According to the latest details reported by Walt Disney World News Today, Walt Disney World and Disneyland Annual Passholders who have paid in full will have their passes extended for the number of days the parks are closed.
As an alternative to an extended expiration, Annual Passholders who are paid in full can choose to receive a partial refund for the closure period.
Starting on Sunday, April 5, Disney will automatically stop and waive payments for Annual Passholders on the Monthly Payment Plan while the parks are closed. The parks will also retroactively refund monthly payments that were made between March 14 and April 4.
Monthly payments will resume on their regularly scheduled dates when the parks reopen but pass expiration dates will not be extended under this option.
With its parks, hotels, stores and cruise line temporarily shuttered, Disney has joined the fight against COVID-19, recently donating supplies to healthcare workers on the frontlines.
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