Disney CEO Bob Chapek said the ability to remove COVID-19 restrictions largely depends on how quickly people get vaccinated.
Knott's will now extend passes into 2022 for each day the park remains closed.
All passholders will receive prorated refunds and still get AP discounts until a new program is unveiled.
Select rides will be open 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Jan. 8 and 9 exclusively for pass members and Fun Card holders.
The perks include dedicated parking and security lines for APs from June 8-July 5.
Disney World is suspending monthly payments for annual passes and giving guests options for partial refunds or extending passes for the length of the closure -- which has no end in sight.
The biggest price hikes are on the Platinum and Platinum Plus annual passes for out-of-state guests, with prices remaining the same for Florida residents.
Passholders are already being warned they won’t be able to experience everything in Galaxy’s Edge during their four-hour time slot.