After six months, the Disneyland Resort has begun enforcing the no-show policy for its Magic Key program. The policy had been quietly unenforced for the first half of the year of the program’s existence. This grace period has ended now Disney officials shared this week. The no-show policy starts clean this week with no penalties for past infractions.
The premise of this no-show policy comes from the requirement that Magic Keyholders make reservations to visit the parks. Depending on the type of Magic Key, a keyholder can hold from two to six reservations at a time. Those who don’t show up for three reservations within a 90-day window will then be unable to make any new park reservations for 30 days. This begins the day after the 3rd no-show. This will not impact any existing reservations that the keyholder may have.
To avoid a no-show, Magic Keyholders may cancel a park reservation by 11:59 PM the day before the reservation date. They also may enter Disneyland or Disney California Adventure at any time throughout the day before the park closes.
What do you think about the no-show policy now being enforced? Have you had any issues with no-shows? Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!