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Comments for Disneyland’s Magic Key Pass: Everything You Need to Know

Disneyland Resort Magic Key Pass Program

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8 Comments

  1. Eric M

    A $1400 flex pass!

    What a bargain!

    1. Blanca MONTANO

      So does thia DREAM key give u access to magic kingdom, disney Hollywood studios, epcot and disney animal kingdom? Is disney also gonna give us are free birthday entry again? Since half the economy cant ever afford to go back again.

  2. Blanca MONTANO

    So does this DREAM key give u access to magic kingdom, disney Hollywood studios, epcot and disney animal kingdom? Is disney also gonna give us are free birthday entry again? Since half the economy cant ever afford to go back again.

  3. Janice

    If I buy a magic key in August but do not visit the park until November when does my key expire? In august when I purchased it or in November when I actually first used it?

    1. Pam

      The first time you actually set foot inside the Park is the day your one year begins. So, your renewal would be in Nov. And you have one year to activate your pass from the day you buy it before it’s considered inactive. I don’t know what happens then.

  4. Lori

    Something very important that was not mentioned in the article… Magic Keys have their own reservations capacity limit. So even though the Park has not hit capacity and it is not a block out date, a Magic Key holder may not be able to make a reservation

  5. Christina Martinez

    Does each family member need a magic key or is one purchase for one key and you can take your family of 4 for example? It’s so confusing to me? Plus I’m trying to do the payment options and I don’t see it??

  6. Jdjd

    It never mentions in here the “no-show” policy. Check the fine print people. It appears Disney can block you for 30 days if you “no-show” more than 3 days in a 90 day period

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