When Disneyland closed because of the covid-19 pandemic, Annual Pass sales were put on hold. When the Theme Parks didn’t reopen for over a year, the program was retired, Passholders received refunds, and Magic Keys were rolled out.
There are four different levels of Magic Keys. The higher the level, the more benefits you receive.
The top level is Dream Key. With this level of pass, there are no blockout dates. A Dream Key Holder can hold up to six Disney Park Pass Reservations at a time. Theme Park Parking is free with the Dream Key.
Discounts with the Dream Key include 20 percent off select merchandise and 15 percent off select dining. At the time of this writing, Dream Key is sold out.
The second level is Believe Key. There are blockout dates with Believe, but only at the busiest times of the year. Believe Key Holders can hold up to six Disney Park Pass Reservations at a time.
Discounts with the Believe Key include 50 percent off Theme Park Parking, and ten percent off select merchandise and dining. At the time of this writing, Believe Key is sold out.
The lowest level of Magic Key available to the general public is Enchant Key. There are plenty of blockout dates, including holidays, three day weekends, and a good part of the summer. Enchant Key Holders can hold up to four Disney Park Pass Reservations at a time.
There is no Theme Park parking discount for Enchant Key. The select merchandise and dining discount is ten percent. At the time of this writing, Enchant Key is still available.
Imagine Key is the lowest level, and it is sold only to Southern California Residents. This Magic Key has the most blockout dates. Imagine Key Holders can hold only two Disney Park Pass Reservations at a time.
With Imagine Key, there is no discount on Theme Park Parking. There is still a ten percent discount on select merchandise and food. At the time of this writing, Imagine Key is still available.
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