Disneyland Halts Sale of Annual Passes

Disneyland Halts Sale of Annual Passes

A sign for Disneyland Drive hangs near empty amusement rides in Anaheim, Calif., on Sept. 30, 2020. (Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Rudy Blalock
Rudy Blalock


Updated: 6/11/2024


Just a few months after sales resumed in March, Disneyland has again frozen sales until further notice of Magic Key annual passes for its Anaheim theme park, according to a June 5 announcement.
Officials for the park didn’t say why sales were paused and did not return a request for comment.
In the past, officials have paused sales to “help protect the experience for Magic Key holders” and the value they hold by limiting them, according to a 2022 announcement.
Those who currently have the annual passes can renew them if they are within 30 days of their expiration date.
Last October, Disneyland raised the prices to $1,649 for the Inspire Key; $1,249 for the Believe Key; $849 for the Enchant Key; and $499 for the Imagine Key. Each is good for one year and allows purchasers to visit the park within a set range of dates.
During previous launches, Disneyland has paused sales of the passes just a day after they went on sale.
With the previous annual pass program, park reservations were not required. However, to reduce overcrowding the program now requires reservations, according to Disney officials.

Rudy Blalock is a Southern California-based daily news reporter for The Epoch Times. Originally from Michigan, he moved to California in 2017, and the sunshine and ocean have kept him here since. In his free time, he may be found underwater scuba diving, on top of a mountain hiking or snowboarding—or at home meditating, which helps fuel his active lifestyle.

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