Disneyland Stops Selling Magic Key Passes

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Attention Disneyland fans! If you’re a Disney Guest who possesses a Disneyland Magic Key and loves to visit the West Coast sibling of Walt Disney World Resort, then you’re going to be able to renew your Magic Key passes later this year — but if you are not a Magic Key holder and you don’t already have a Disneyland Magic Key pass, you are out of luck. Disneyland has stopped selling them, and Walt Disney World has just started similar restrictions for its Annual Passes!

The Enchant and Imagine Magic Key passes are no longer available to buy, and the Dream Key is long gone. In recent months, we had seen the Dream Magic Key passes sell out while the remaining Disneyland Magic Key passes’ prices all increased for the average Magic Key holder. Disney has come under fire many times recently for its increase in prices, with many attributing the rising costs to Disney CEO Bob Chapek.

This announcement has been accompanied by the reveal of a special discount for California residents, however. The discount brings the cost down to $249 for three days in Disneyland, on the weekdays Monday to Thursday. This discount will be in effect for California residents from June 13 to September 15 — so if you live in California, now might be a good time to take advantage of that discount even without the Disneyland Magic Key Passes!

Disneyland Anniversary Castle

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According to the Disney Parks Blog, “for a limited time, California residents may visit the Disneyland Resort theme parks for as low as $83 per person, per day with this special ticket offer. These 3-Day, 1-Park per day tickets start at $249 for admission on Mondays through Thursdays, or as low as $299 ($100 per day) for any day including weekends for eligible Guests”.

You can also buy the 3-Day, 1-Park per day Park Hopper ticket if you would like — for $60.

Disneyland Magic Key Pass

Disneyland Magic Key Passes Credit: Disney

Changes have also come to those Walt Disney World Resort Guests who are Annual Passholders. Now, new Guests cannot sign up to be an Annual Passholder and receive an Annual Pass; people who already have an Annual Pass can renew their Annual Pass, but that is the only option for now.

About Sharon

Sharon is a writer and animal lover from New England. Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures!

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