ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Disneyland's popular Southern California pass is being put on hiatus starting Monday, a Disneyland spokesperson confirmed.
The annual pass that allows visitors entrance to Disneyland and Disney California Adventure on certain days year-round will no longer be available to new customers -- for now.
Current pass holders will have the option to renew. Those who have passes that expired recently will receive a letter on how to renew the pass.
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The Southern California pass is one of the least expensive annual passes at $469.
The pass was no longer seen on the Disneyland website Monday morning.
With many new attractions coming, it appears Disneyland officials are taking steps to spread out the demand.
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Disneyland suspends sale of popular Southern California annual pass