Recently, we told you that all of December is filled for Magic Key Holders at Disneyland. Well, it looks like those who want to go in November may be out of luck as well. The current calendar for all levels of Magic Key Holders is filled for the rest of this month.
At Disneyland, the Annual Passholder program was redesigned when the two Theme Parks were closed for so long. Those who were Passholders with dates on their tickets were given a refund for unused time, and the name Legacy Passholders. This entitled them to still receive discounts at Downtown Disney, which opened well before Disneyland or Disney California Adventure. The new program is called Magic Keys.
There are four levels of Magic Keys. The lowest is the Imagine Key, which is for Southern California Residents only. Next is Enchant Key, followed by Believe Key. All three of those levels have blockout dates. Dream Key is the highest level, and there are no blockout dates. The discounts that you receive on things such as food and merchandise, as well as the number of Disney Park Pass Reservations you can hold at a time depend on which Key you purchased.
While it looks like all of the Magic Key spots are gone for November, that doesn’t mean that more spaces won’t open up. When someone else cancels a reservation, that spot will open. Also, Disney could adjust availability, since there are still spots available for most of November and all of December for regular ticket holders.
Unlike Walt Disney World Annual Passholders, there is a penalty at the California Theme Parks if someone does not use their reservations. If you miss three reservations within 90 days, you will not be able to make another reservation for 30 days. Magic Key Holders can make reservations up to 90 days in advance. For those who have general tickets, it’s four months.
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