2020 Disneyland Blockout Dates for Cast Members



March 12, 2020 announcement:  Disneyland is closing March 14, 2020 for the rest of the month.

Disneyland To Close Saturday Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Read more here:  Disneyland is Closed March 2020



The Matterhorn ride at Disneyland in the Spring. Beautiful!

Link to view updated calendars:  Disneyland Block-out Dates 

March 2020 – May 2020: 


Currently, there are no blockout days for self admission at Disneyland or California Adventure this spring.

Disneyland Park: 


Disneyland is almost totally blocked out this spring for using your Guest Passes because of Star Wars Land crowds.  😦

Disney’s California Adventure Park: 

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Disney’s California Adventure Park


CAL has a lot of upcoming blocked out days this spring for using your Guest Passes. But, not as many as Disneyland! Always check before you go!



February 11, 2020:  Disneyland raised their ticket prices today:


One-day tickets are now sold at five different pricing levels depending on Disney’s anticipated demand for the day of your visit. This replaces the three-tier Value, Regular and Peak system previously in place.


  • 1 Day, 1 Park: Adults (Age 10+): $104, Child (Ages 3-9): $98
  • 1 Day, Parkhopper: Adults (Age 10+): $159, Child (Ages 3-9): $153


  • 1 Day, 1 Park: Adults (Age 10+): $114, Child (Ages 3-9): $108
  • 1 Day, Parkhopper: Adults (Age 10+): $169, Child (Ages 3-9): $163


  • 1 Day, 1 Park: Adults (Age 10+): $124, Child (Ages 3-9): $117
  • 1 Day, Parkhopper: Adults (Age 10+): $179, Child (Ages 3-9): $172


  • 1 Day, 1 Park: Adults (Age 10+): $139, Child (Ages 3-9): $132
  • 1 Day, Parkhopper: Adults (Age 10+): $194, Child (Ages 3-9): $187


  • 1 Day, 1 Park: Adults (Age 10+): $154, Child (Ages 3-9): $146
  • 1 Day, Parkhopper: Adults (Age 10+): $209, Child (Ages 3-9): $201

Prices for Multi-Day tickets also increased by $15-$25 depending on the length of ticket.

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Check out the color of this brand new Disneyland spirit jersey: Ariel’s Grotto. ❤


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Phase 2: Rise of the Resistance opened January 17, 2020!  We LOVED it!!!

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Phase 1 Star Wars:  Galaxy’s Edge opened to rave reviews!  It’s rated #1!!!!!! 🙂


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Kingdom of Cutie

To check on the daily crowd forecast for Disneyland, click here:  Is it Packed? 

Wondering what are the best times to visit Disneyland…and when NOT to go???

Click here for tips:  The Best Times to Visit Disneyland in 2020

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At the Olaf meet & greet at California Adventure Park.  He’s at Disney World’s Blizzard Beach in the summertime too!

Meeting Thor

Meeting Thor.  You can only meet Thor in California because of Universal Studios restrictions in Florida. You’ll never see him at Disney World.



Disneyland Hotel Tip:  We always stay at the Del Sol Inn hotel across the street and just walk in.

We went to Disneyland again last summer.

When we were there, it was was mostly cloudy (the “marine layer”) until noon and barely 70 degrees on most days!  You needed a jacket at night and it even sprinkled several times – a rarity in June in southern California!

We went to see all the Disney stars on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame! So fun!

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Don’t forget to visit the nearby Hollywood Walk of Fame…The Disney Company has a lot of stars on it….Walt, Snow White, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Tinkerbell, Disneyland….it was fun!


Walt’s well-earned star!


Mickey Mouse


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Sleeping Beauty Castle with it’s new golden look.  We love it!

We’ve written two books about our time working – and playing – as Disney Cast Members at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

Both are available on Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle:  Two Girls and a Mouse Tale and Adventures in the Animal Kingdom.

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Adventures in the Animal Kingdom

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Two Girls and a Mouse Tale

If you’d like to follow our daily Disney blog, here’s the link: https://collinsrace1.wordpress.com/

Have a magical day!


Two Disney Sisters

Two Disney Sisters at Disneyland.


Who wore it better???  😉

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Princess Aurora looking over the Sleeping Beauty Castle.

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Christian at Disneyland.


42 thoughts on “2020 Disneyland Blockout Dates for Cast Members

  1. Harrison Parham says:

    July 17th is the actual 60th Anniversary (July 17th, 1955 was opening :).

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Purfectly says:

    Wonderful information

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Joshiepoo says:

    So by chance do you know how the guest system works at Disneyland for a Disney World seasonal cast member now that the way tickets are distributed changed? I


    • The process is still the same in that you have to go to Guest Relations with your company ID to get guest passes. The only thing that changed is that seasonal cast members must now work some hours (150 minimum) before getting guest passes, rather than having them automatically available to use soon after starting.


      • Josh says:

        Except that before you would take blue ID up to front gate and they printed off tickets for you and they didn’t count towards your guest passes because Disneyland and Disney world are on different systems. I was just wondering if that was the same or since they are on a similar system as disneyland cps now if it would be different.


      • Still on separate systems, so it wouldn’t count.


  4. CCC says:

    Hello, do you happen to have a link to what the blockout dates for June 2015 were for main entrace pass? Curious to look at it to see what this June will be like. Thank you in advance!!


  5. April Oz says:

    Great information! Just wondering if I buy a park pass at the Company D store, does it have an expiration date? Thanks!


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  7. Reese says:

    Hello and very helpful post. By any chance do you know if guest passes still work for retired cast members? I know they used to but I don’t know if the policy has changed. Thank you


  8. Anna says:

    Thanks for posting the blackout dates!

    The Shanghai castle is beautiful. Disney Land Shanghai is very easy to get to using the metro system in Shanghai. The train actually stops in Mickey town aka downtown Disney. I loved it.


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    This is truly helpful, thanks.


  21. Jayne Osborn says:

    I am a retired cast member. I was getting frustrated trying to find the block out dates for my silver pass, then I found your blog, what an angel you are to go to all that time involved to set up the calendar for us retirees, GOD BLESS!


  22. Kristin Delzell says:

    Any chance they would open up some of these days? Only reason I am asking is cause the apps shows this weekend is open. Am I doing some thing wrong.


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  24. Claudia Martin says:

    When I go to Disneyland with my self admittance pass can I still pass my family members with me ? Or do my family member count as main entrance pass even though I’m using my self admittance pass ?


  25. glendi I ramos says:

    Hi I want to know block out dates for the summer and for October 2019 Thank You


    • They aren’t published that far in advance, usually only 3 months.

      This is March, so the blockout days for March-April-May have been published.
      With Star Wars opening May 31st, expect guest pass blockout all of June-July-Aug and until after Labor Day in Sept.
      Cast members should expect their self admission pass to be blocked at Disneyland all of June and maybe until after 4th of July.


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  27. Shanay Henry says:

    I’ve finally found what I needed.


  28. Ricky says:

    Am I reading the website wrong? I just checked out the Block-Out Dates website, and it shows guest passes available for September for both parks.


    • You don’t have the right boxes checked for Disneyland and California Adventure Park.
      Disneyland is totally blocked out for using guest passes for all of September.
      CAP has several blockout days scheduled in September for using guest passes.

      Take another look at the blockout months in our blog.
      It is correct for September.
      Sometimes, Disney Parks adds/removes blockout days so we always tell people to check before they go.

      Have a magical day!


  29. Alfred says:

    Amazing! This post has helped me so much!


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