Incredicoaster zooms through Pixar Pier at California Adventure in Anaheim, CA, on Wednesday, August 16, 2023. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG)
The on-again and off-again sale of Disneyland annual passes is once again restarting as the Anaheim theme park bids farewell to the Christmas crowds and heads into the traditionally slower post-holiday season.
Sales of all four tiers of Magic Key annual passes will start on Wednesday, Jan. 10 no earlier than 9 a.m. Pacific time, according to Disneyland officials.
Disneyland raised Magic Key prices in October to $1,649 for the Inspire Key, $1,249 for the Believe Key, $849 for the Enchant Key and $499 for the Imagine Key.
The Imagine Key is available to Southern California residents with an installment plan for $25.84 per month after a $189 down payment.
As in the past, Magic Key sales will be limited and individual tiers will likely sell out.
Existing Magic Key annual passes can be renewed during the month before expiration.
Disneyland paused new sales of annual passes in September after a $9.5 million settlement in a class action lawsuit over “deceptive” Magic Key blockout dates.
Pausing new Magic Key sales was a business decision made by Disney before the results of the lawsuit settlement were released, according to Disneyland officials.
Disneyland killed its original decades-old annual pass program during the COVID-19 pandemic and unveiled the new Magic Key replacement in August 2021.
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