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Magic Key Passes, the program that will replace Disneyland’s popular annual pass system, first went on sale today on Disneyland.com and through the Disneyland app.

The four-decade-old annual pass program was suspended during the COVID-19 shutdown and canceled later earlier this year. The new Magic Key program is also changing the way people use the park with their pass. Now, in the age of the coronavirus, all Magic Key passes will require people to make reservations in advance before entering the park. The system is similar to how the park manages the current influx of guests during the pandemic. A “key” and a reservation will be required to enter the park.

According to Disneyland.com, there are four different ‘keys’ to choose from, all of which offer different levels of service and selected dates, each with perfectly Disney names.

Dream Key: $ 1,399

  • Entry by reservation to one or both theme parks every day of the year.
  • Hold up to 6 theme park reservations at a time
  • Up to 20% discount on selected products
  • Up to 15% off selected meals
  • Standard theme park parking included (excluding blocking days)

Believe the key: $ 949

  • Admission by reservation to one or both theme parks most days of the year.
  • Hold up to 6 theme park reservations at a time
  • 10% discount on a selection of products
  • 10% discount on a selection of restaurants
  • 50% off standard theme park parking (excluding blocking days, and available for purchase in the Mickey & Friends parking structure, Pixar Pals parking structure and Toy Story parking area)

Enchantment Key: $ 649

  • Admission by reservation to one or both theme parks on certain days of the year.
  • Hold up to 4 theme park reservations at a time
  • 10% discount on a selection of products
  • 10% discount on a selection of restaurants

Imagine key: $ 399

(Only available to residents of Southern California who live within zip codes 90000 to 93599)

  • Admission by reservation to one or both theme parks on certain days of the year.
  • Hold up to 2 theme park reservations at a time
  • 10% discount on a selection of products
  • 10% discount on a selection of restaurants

Additional details and pass restrictions can be found atDisneyland website here.

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