Disneyland is getting ready for Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge to open up, which means big crowds will be hitting the theme park soon.
As a new effort to ease crowding, Disney just introduced a Flex Pass that will go on sale on May 21st for $599.
You'll be able to use this Flex Pass with no restriction on most Mondays through Thursdays when demand is normally low.
However, during high-demand summer months and most weekends, Flex Pass holders must log onto Disney's website or on the app to book a reservation.
During these busy days, Flex Pass holders can make up to two reservations at a time up to 30 days in advance.
Each reservation is good for up to eight parkgoers who also have the Flex Pass so that they are able to regulate the number of people who enter the parks.
This pass also offers a 10% discount on food and merchandise, but doesn't include parking.
If a Flex Pass holder abuses the system by making three or more reservations in a 90-day period without showing up or canceling reservations, Disney may block the pass holder from making reservations for a 30-day period.
Would you buy the Flex Pass?