Canada's Wonderland preparing for a possibly shortened season due to COVID-19
Though they haven’t officially announced they won’t be able to open the park this summer, Canada’s Wonderland is preparing for the possibility of a shortened season.
Due to the uncertainty regarding the date the park will open for the season, 2020 season passes and season pass add-ons will be available for the remainder of the 2020 season—if and when the park is able to open.
Additionally, Canada’s Wonderland will be extending the validity dates for 2020 season passes and season pass add-ons through the 2021 season, according to pass types.
Further, payments for the Easy Pay Program have been suspended as of April 15, meaning pass holders who signed up for the program will not be billed; billing will resume once the park reopens.
In order to recieve the 2020 and 2021 season pass admission and associated benefits, members must be up-to-date on their payments.
“We want nothing more than to open our park and welcome you back, but our priority for now is to keep everyone safe. This is a challenging time for us all, and we thank you again for your understanding and loyalty to Canada’s Wonderland,” Norm Pirtovshek, vice president and general manager of Canada’s Wonderland, said in a news release.
Cover photo courtesy of Canada’s Wonderland’s Instagram
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