Disney Confirms “Magic Key” Disneyland Annual Pass Pricing and Details, On Sale August 25

Earlier this afternoon, we brought you an exclusive report on the all-new Disneyland Magic Key annual pass offering. Magic Key replaces the former Disneyland Annual Pass system, and Disneyland has just officially confirmed the details we provided earlier. Here’s the announcement:

Introducing the new Disneyland Resort Magic Key Program—on sale beginning August 25, 2021!

When you’re a Magic Key holder, Disneyland is your land—you’re a townsperson on Main Street, U.S.A., a galactic citizen of Batuu, a hero at Avengers Campus, a local at Pixar Pier and beyond. You belong to the community of core Disneyland fans who all share a passion and love for the parks.

This new Magic Key program provides reservation-based admission to one or both Disneyland Resort theme parks where you’ll make memories visit after visit. There are 4 Magic Key types featuring a variety of admission days, pricing options, experiences, and savings on food & beverages and merchandise. You can select the Magic Key pass that’s of most value to you.

Dream Key

$1,399

  • 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*
  • Up to 20% off select merchandise**
  • Up to 15% off select dining**
  • Standard theme park parking included (excluding blockout days)***

View Dream Key Blockout Calendar

Believe Key

$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*
  • 10% off select merchandise**
  • 10% off select dining**
  • 50% off standard theme park parking (excluding blockout days, and available for purchase at Mickey & Friends Parking Structure, Pixar Pals Parking Structure and the Toy Story Parking Area)***

View Believe Key Blockout Calendar

Enchant Key

$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*
  • 10% off select merchandise**
  • 10% off select dining**

View Enchant Key Blockout Calendar

Imagine Key

$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*
  • 10% off select merchandise**
  • 10% off select dining**

View Imagine Key Blockout Calendar

Important Details

To enter a theme park, each Magic Key holder must have a theme park reservation in addition to a valid Magic Key pass. Park reservations are limited, and subject to availability, public health orders, and applicable pass blockout dates, and are not guaranteed for any specific dates or park. Magic Key pass blockout dates and admission dates that can be visited with a park reservation will vary by pass type and theme park. Additionally, park reservations may not be available on select holidays for certain theme parks. Park reservations for select dates and parks may be made available on a rolling basis. Check for updated availability. A Magic Key pass does not guarantee admission or access to any experience, attraction or offering or to park entry.

Magic Key holders who have a park reservation for both theme parks may cross over and switch between parks on the same day beginning at 1:00 PM. Please check the Park Hours calendar and the Disneyland app for the most up-to-date Park Hopper hours, as they could start earlier at a later date, depending on the day and park. Magic Key holders who have a park reservation for both parks must enter the first park as designated in their park reservation prior to visiting the other park. At this time, a park reservation is not required after visiting the first park; however, reservation requirements are subject to change. Please note that the ability to visit the other park will be subject to that park’s capacity limitations.

Some Magic Key benefits and features may not be available during periods of limited capacity and are subject to change or cancellation without notice. Certain attractions, restaurants, experiences, services and other offerings may be modified or unavailable, have limited capacity and may be subject to limited availability or even closure. Offerings are not guaranteed.

Magic Key passes are subject to the Magic Key Terms and Conditions.

The State of California strongly recommends that all Guests be fully vaccinated or obtain a negative COVID-19 test prior to entering the Disneyland Resort. View important details and what you need to know before visiting the Disneyland Resortincluding the latest information on required face coverings.

Step 1: Access Calendar

Check the Magic Key access calendar, which shows admission and blockout dates and current park reservation availability.

Step 2: Make a Reservation

Be sure to sign in to your existing Disney account—or create a new one—via Disneyland.com. If you haven’t done so already, link your Magic Key ID—the 18 digit number you receive upon purchase. Then, visit Park Reservations to start the theme park reservation process.

Select the date and theme park that you wish to visit from the available theme park reservations. You can make reservations for one park only or both parks, pending availability.

Magic Key holders, choosing both parks, can select which theme park to start their day at and may cross over and switch between parks on the same day beginning at 1:00 PM, subject to capacity.

Step 3: Review and Confirm Your Visit

Review your theme park reservation and agree to the Terms & Conditions, including the COVID-19 liability waiver, and select “Confirm” to complete your park reservation.

Provide an email address to receive your reservation confirmation. In addition, check your email account to ensure you’ve received your confirmation.

Please be prepared to present your Magic Key pass in the Disneyland app when you arrive on the day of your visit.

Mike
Mike is the owner and writer for BlogMickey.com. Visiting the parks daily allows him to keep up with the latest Disney news, reviews, and photos from around the Disney Parks. You can reach him at [email protected]

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  1. Asking for the sake of clarification (since they always choose to word things in a way that requires clarification!), if I want to park-hop on the same day, this essentially needs to be planned in advance by making a reservation at both parks? And it will require using 2 of my available reservations? But I still can’t cross over until after 1 p.m. even though it is costing me a reservation?

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