In a move that shouldn’t shock many, Disneyland Paris have announced they are stopping new Annual Pass registrations and look set to overhaul the system completely.

After removing APs for other parks and replacing them with “Magic Keys”, Disneyland Paris are only allowing for renewals for current DLP AP holders.

On the Disneyland Paris website, the company have released the following statement:

We are always listening to our guests and continually strive to bring new experiences and develop new products which deliver choice, flexibility and value for our Annual Passholders.

We are currently developing a new product range for our most frequent visitors based on the valuable feedback our Passholders have given us and as a result we are pausing sales of new Annual Passes. Therefore our Annual Passes are now only available for renewals for individuals who currently have a valid Annual Pass.

We look forward to sharing more with you later this year. In the meantime, if you are already an Annual Passholder, you may continue to use and renew your existing Pass.

Quite honestly, this does not sound good for long time DLP visitors. With the new incentives in place at Walt Disney World giving customers less while paying more, there is obvious concern amongst the community.