Disneyland Resort has stopped selling a second Magic Key. The Believe Key is no longer being sold. This follows the suspension of sales for the Dream Key, which had sales halted in late October.
The Believe Key costs $949 and allows admission to Disneyland Resort parks most days of the year. It includes 6 park reservations that can be made at a time, along with discounts on select merchandise and dining. Key holders at this level also get a 50% discount on parking.
There are still two Magic Key passes available for sale. This is the $649 Enchant Key and the $399 Imagine Key. The Imagine Key is only available to Southern California Residents. Both keys have more blockout dates than the Dream Key or Believe Key. They also do not include parking or a parking discount.
“Due to the popularity of the new Magic Key program and in order to deliver a great guest experience for all guests, the Believe Key is sold out at this time. The Enchant Key and Imagine Key – the other Magic Key types – remain on sale at this time. All Magic Key holders, including current Dream and Believe Key holders, will continue to have access to Magic Key holder benefits, such as the Magic Key terrace, specialty merchandise, select discounts, an upcoming Magic Key holder month, and many more special experiences, some announced and others yet to be announced.“Disneyland Resort Official
The Magic Key program began in August, replacing the former Annual Pass program. The new Magic Key pass is quite similar to the old Annual Pass but does include caveats like park reservations. It is unknown if or when sales will open up again for the Dream or Believe Keys. Recently, Walt Disney World Resort suspended sales on most of its Annual Passes as well with only one pass continuing to be available.
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