Disney Unveils “Magic Key”, A Replacement for Annual Passes
Disneyland is bringing back annual passes. The company has announced a new annual passholder program called “Magic Key”. It will become available later this month. The four-tier program replaces the annual pass which Disney discontinued during the pandemic.
Magic Key Passes are expected to go on sale 10 a.m. Aug. 25, and range from $399 to $1,399. Monthly payment options are available for Southern California residents. They can be purchased online at Disneyland.com and through the Disneyland app.
Magic Key is described as a new, guest-centric offering that will deliver choice, flexibility and value for park admission, special access to unique experiences, valuable saving opportunities and so much more.
The “Dream Key” is the most expensive option at $1,399. It includes parking, no block-out dates and discounts of 20% for merchandise and 15% for select dining.
The cheaper options have a varying number of block-out dates. The “Dream Key” for example excludes major holidays, weekends and summer months.
Reservations will still be required to enter Disneyland or California Adventure, but if you have a Magic Key Pass you can hold two to six theme park reservations at a time.
In addition to savings opportunities for merchandise and food and beverages, Magic Key holders will also have access to additional offerings and benefits, plus other unique surprises throughout the year.
You can see more details for reach tier below: