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  • On Jan 23, 2016
    Renee from CA Asked

    Linked my AP to my account on Disneyland website. Cant find # of visits. Looked at FAQ, Found some answers, but site was probably updated. Instrux to find are no longer correct. Is this info available? If so, how do I find it?

    Hello Renee, welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    I'm sorry you've been having difficulty logging in to find visit information pertaining to your Annual Pass. When you are on the Disneyland website, click "Sign In or Create Account" and log into your Disney Account (which was needed to link the Annual Pass). Hover over the "Annual Passports" link and click on "Today's Passholder's Information". This should direct you to a page that lists the type of Annual Passport you have, expiration date, and a link to renew pass. On the right side there should be a set of Mickey ears that shows number of park visits.

    If you are still having trouble accessing this information, you can scroll down to the bottom and click on Phone Directory, which contains a phone number for Annual Passholders. 

    I hope this information is helpful for you. Please come back to visit me if you have further questions.

    Have a magical day,
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Meet the Panelist: Kiki, California

I am a wife and mother to 2 children, a 14 year old daughter and 9 year old son. I have always enjoyed going to Disneyland Resort as a child and now that I am a mother, I love watching my children experience Disneyland Resort through their eyes. It is a true delight seeing my daughter wear a ball gown walking side by side with Cinderella or my son jumping gleefully after he defeated Darth Maul in a light saber duel! Learn More About Kiki

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