The Magic Key Passes of Disneyland are returning: A Brief Review

2 Min Read
Disney,Walt Disney Studios,Disneyland

Good news, guys! Disneyland will be bringing back the Magic Key passes on March 5, 2024. If you intend to buy one, set the alarm for 9 a.m. Pacific Time.


Let us elaborate: there are four types of passes available with multiple rewards and charges for each. However, let’s ensure that you are ready before you start.

Firstly, buying tickets online requires a Disney account. Do you not have one yet? Don’t worry; it is simple to create one.

Personal information, such as your name, birthdate, address, and contact details, shall be required when purchasing the pass. Each pass is valid for only one individual, and you can buy this ticket up to ten times.

Join the virtual line on March 5th at 8:45 am PST. Once inside, an expected wait time will be given to you. While waiting for any updates in your email or browser, keep the queue open.

An email with a link will be sent to you when it is your turn; click on it so that you see where you are in the queue. After this, another email comes with a unique link that allows one to purchase their pass Remember, though, that once activated, a person has only ten minutes, so do not procrastinate!

Now we will go through each type of magic key pass separately, conversationally.

1. Inspire Key: $1,649: This one gives you access to the parks most days, along with discounts on merchandise and dining.

2. Believe Key: $1,249—similar to the Inspire Key but with fewer discounts and a lower price.

3. Enchant Key: $849. This one has more restrictions on park visits but still offers some nice perks.

4. Imagine Key: $499—the most budget-friendly option, with limited days to visit but still some cool discounts.

And that’s it! Get ready to grab your Magic Key pass and enjoy some Disney magic.

Share This Article
Leave a comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *