Disneyland reveals details of ‘Magic Key’ annual pass

A Disneyland sign is posted at an empty entrance to Disneyland on September 30, 2020 in Anaheim, California. Disney unveiled an updated annual pass system with four different "Magic Key" levels.
A Disneyland sign is posted at an empty entrance to Disneyland on September 30, 2020 in Anaheim, California. Disney unveiled an updated annual pass system with four different "Magic Key" levels. Photo credit Mario Tama/Getty Images
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Details on Disneyland Resort's new “Magic Key” annual pass program were revealed Tuesday on the Disney Parks Blog. Southern California residents will be interested to see a less expensive option available only to locals.

The four-tiered Magic key passes will go on sale beginning Aug. 25. Details on the perks and prices for different tier levels are below.

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Imagine Key: $399
Only available for 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

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

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)

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)

The Anaheim theme park ended the loyal visitor program in January after a 10-month shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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