Disney World No Longer Charging Annual Passholders After Receiving Numerous Complaints

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Disney will refund payments made between March 14-April 4

On the Disney World website, the company announced that as of April 5, it will no longer be charging monthly payments for annual passholders on the monthly payment schedule. (Disney Image)

ORLANDO, FLORIDA (FOX NEWS) – Disney continues to change its operations during the coronavirus outbreak.

Annual passholders had recently complained about still being charged monthly payments despite the Disney parks being closed.

Now, the company has announced that it will no longer be charging the monthly payments and is making refunds to certain customers.

On the Disney World website, the company announced that as of April 5, it will no longer be charging monthly payments for annual passholders on the monthly payment schedule. Also, it will retroactively be refunding payments made between March 14 and April 4.

Annual passholders who paid in full will have the option of having their pass’ expiration date extended or receiving a partial refund (to be determined by the park’s length of closure).

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