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Disneyland Annual Pass Program: Disney Announces Magic Key Renewals!

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In August 2021, Disney introduced a brand new Disneyland Annual Pass Program called Magic Key. Since then the sale of new passes has been suspended, but beginning August 18, current Magic Key holders can renew their pass up to 30 days before expiration. It is worth noting that the “Dream Key” is no longer available as an option and has been replaced with the “Inspire Key.” Another change worth mentioning is that all four pass options include block-out dates meaning that there is no longer a pass giving you access to the parks 365 days a year.

If you hold an existing pass, your pass is good until it expires, including the Dream Key. When it’s time to renew, you can renew into one of the available passes. Also, if you renew inside of the 30-day window, you can upgrade or downgrade to a different key. But if you decide to renew outside the 30-day window, you will not be able to make changes to your Magic Key tier unless passes become available for sale again.

 


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**The phased reopening of the Disneyland Resort in California is an ongoing process. Be sure to visit our official Disneyland reopening post for updated information to guide your vacation planning! Some experiences listed below have been temporarily suspended or modified due to the pandemic.


 

Imagine Key

It's a Small Word in Disneyland | Magic in the Planning$449 (was $399)

*Only available for Southern California Residents living in zip codes 90000 to 93599

  • Reservation-based admission to one or both theme parks select days of the year
  • Hold up to 2 theme park reservations at a time
  • 20% off the purchase of Disney Genie+ service on days when you use your pass for park admission
  • Up to 10% off select merchandise
  • Up to 10% off select dining
  • 25% off standard theme park parking at the Toy Story Parking Area (excluding block-out dates)

 

Enchant Key

$699 (was $649)

  • Reservation-based admission to one or both theme parks select days of the year.
  • Hold up to 4 theme park reservations at a time
  • 20% off the purchase of Disney Genie+ service on days when you use your pass for park admission
  • Up to 10% off select merchandise
  • Up to 10% off select dining
  • 25% off standard theme park parking at the Toy Story Parking Area (excluding block-out dates)

 

Believe Key

Radiator Springs Racers in California Adventure | Magic in the Planning$1099 (was $949)

  • Reservation-based admission to one or both theme parks most days of the year.
  • Hold up to 6 theme park reservations at a time
  • 20% off the purchase of Disney Genie+ service on days when you use your pass for park admission.
  • Coming Soon – Unlimited Disney PhotoPass digital photo downloads
  • Up to 10% off select merchandise
  • Up to 10% off select dining
  • 50% off standard theme park parking (excluding block-out days, and available for purchase at Mickey & Friends Parking Structure, Pixar Pals Parking Structure, and the Toy Story Parking Area)

 

Inspire Key

$1,599 *NEW*

  • Reservation-based admission to one or both theme parks every day of the year.
  • Hold up to 6 theme park reservations at a time for different dates
  • 20% off the purchase of Disney Genie+ service on days when you use your pass for park admission
  • Coming Soon – Unlimited Disney PhotoPass digital photo downloads
  • Up to 20% off select merchandise
  • Up to 15% off select dining
  • Standard theme park parking included (excluding block-out dates, at the Mickey & Friends Parking Structure, Pixar Pals Parking Structure, and Toy Story Parking Area)

 

Important Details

Splash Mountain in Disneyland | magicintheplanning.comReservation cancellation must be done by 11:59 PM PST on the day before the reserved date. Disney does have a “no show” policy in place. Those who don’t show up for 3 reservations in a 90-day window will be unable to make a new park reservation for 30 days. (Existing park reservations at that time will not be canceled.) The 30-day window will begin the day after the third “no show,” and it will continue even if the pass is upgraded to another pass during that time.

 

We hoped you enjoyed our guide to the brand new Disneyland Annual Pass Program! If you’re looking to plan your next Disneyland vacation, be sure to visit my step-by-step guide to get started!


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