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  • I make monthly payments for the annual pass, and was wondering if I can cancel it?
  • - Asked by Melissa on 7/4/2013
  • Hi, Melissa!

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel, and thanks for your question. Disneyland Resort Annual Passports are not refundable, and although the monthly payment plan spreads the cost of the Annual Passport over 12 months—without interest and finance charges—you aren’t able to alter your contract and stop the monthly payment debits from your account mid-year. Utilizing the payment plan isn’t much different from paying the whole amount up front, in that you are still responsible for paying the total amount in exchange for a year of use. The only way to end the monthly payments early is to pay the balance owed in full. Another option is to switch the payments to automatically debit from a different bank account. 

    For more details, review the contract you signed when purchasing your Disneyland Resort Annual Passport or call 714-781-PASS (7277). I hope this helps, Melissa. Please write back with any other questions you may have.

    Wishing you magic,
    Courtney

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