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TikTok: Passholder Sacrifices Uggs in Fear of Disneyland’s ‘No-Show’ Policy

Earlier this year, the Disneyland Resort made some changes regarding its Theme Park Reservations that put a higher expectation on its annual pass holders, also known as Magic Key Holders. 

Disney Parks insists on maintaining an artificial capacity limit in its Parks and therefore has to balance the admittance of annual pass holders with everyone else. One way Disneyland decided to take action is to penalize Magic Key Holders for skipping out on their Theme Park Reservations. If a Magic Key Holder records three “No Show” s within a span of 90 days will not be able to make a new reservation for Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventure for another 30 days.

Disneyland Magic Key Pass

Disneyland Magic Key Passes include the Enchant Key, Believe Key, Imagine Key, and Dream Key. Credit: Disney

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It appears that one TikToker, @crystalchibi, found herself at risk of dealing with those reprimands and decided to document the ordeal of having to visit Disneyland in the pouring rain and sacrificing her ultra mini Ugg boots to preserve her attendance report.

She shared the video with the caption, “should have checked the weather.”

@crystalchibi

should have checked the weather 😭💔 #ultraminiuggs #ugg #disneyland #ohno #ultraminiuggsoutfit

♬ Oh No – Kreepa

Granted, this TikToker did not garner a lot of compassion in the comments. Several people bluntly asked why she did not take any opportunity to grab some replacement footwear at Walmart or even Downtown Disney, and others claimed that the pair of Uggs were actually sacrificed for her TikTok views rather than her Magic Key status.

But this piece of social media content stands as a good reminder of the arguably strict attendance policy Disneyland Resort has for any annual pass holders who agree to show up on a certain day.

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Credit: Disney

Over at Walt Disney World Resort, there is no such policy. However, Disney CEO Bob Chapek has already made it clear that while it is great that annual pass holders are able to use the Disney Theme Parks as their own personal playground, other people should have the chance to visit too and have pre-reserved space available for them.

We at Disney Fanatic will continue to update our readers on Disney Parks news and stories as more developments come to light.

About T.K. Bosacki

TK is a writer and editor based in Tampa, FL with a passion for all things Disney, and adventure.