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There’s a New World Record for Consecutive Disneyland Visits

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It’s official! There is a new world record for the most consecutive visits to Disneyland, and we bet you can’t guess what it is! Just yesterday, the new record was published by Guinness World Records, awarded to Jeff Reitz of Huntington Beach, California, USA. Take a seat, and a deep breath, before we tell you the record you need to beat!

Since 2012, the 50-year-old annual pass holder from Huntington Beach, California, USA, has made 2,995 consecutive visits.

Although Jeff hoped to reach the 3,000 consecutive visit mark, the coronavirus pandemic stopped his Disneyland streak on 14 March 2020. 

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Talk about life goals! Congratulations to Jeff on an epic Disney effort that most of us can only dream of. Enjoy the magic, sir!

Feature Image: Jeff Reitz – Guinness World Record

Zoë Wood is a travel writer from Sydney, Australia. Since her first visit to Disneyland at the age of 6, she has spent her years frequently visiting Disney Parks and traveling around the world.

Join Zoë as she lets you in on all the tips, tricks, anecdotes, and embarrassments that arise from her family adventures.


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