After Just 24 Hours, Only One Disney Annual Pass Remains On Sale

Magic Key Sold Out

On November 16, Disneyland officials announced that they were resuming sales of its popular Annual Pass, now called Magic Keys. Magic Keys were first introduced in August 2021, 4 months after Disneyland Resort reopened after the COVID closure. During the COVID closure, Disney informed Guests that they would be discontinuing its Annual Pass Program and launching a new program later.

The Magic Key Pass Program proved to be as in demand as the Annual Pass Program. Magic Keys were only on sale for about 4 months before Disney paused all sales.

Magic Key Cover

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Finally, after about one year, Disney announced that 3 out of the 4 Magic Keys would finally be available for purchase — the Inspire Key (formerly Dream Key), the Believe Key, and the Imagine Key. The Enchant Key never went back on sale.

Now, just 24 hours after the Magic Keys went on sale, Disney has announced that the Believe Key — the second highest-tiered key — was sold out. New of the sell-out was shared by theme park reporter Scott Gustin.

NEW: Disneyland has stopped sales of the Believe Key pass. Renewals will continue.

DL official: “While we know this will be disappointing news to Disneyland fans, it’s important that we help protect the experience for Magic Key holders and the value those passes provide.”

Not long after the Believe Key sold out, Gustin updated and said that the Imagine Key — which was for Southern California residents only — was also sold out. Meaning that only the top-tier Inspire Key remains for sale.

UPDATE: The Imagine Key is now sold out. Only the Inspire Key is currently available for new purchases.

All Disneyland Magic Keys — including the Inspire Key — include two weeks of blackout dates around Christmas. The Inspire Key allows Guests to hold the most theme park reservations (6) and also includes free parking. It also gives Guests the biggest discount on food and merchandise throughout Disneyland Park, Disney California Adventure, and the Downtown Disney District.

Walt Disney World Resort Annual Passes are still unavailable for sale, and Disney said they would likely not come back before the end of the year.

About Krysten Swensen

A born and bred New England girl living the Disney life in Southern California. I love to read, to watch The Golden Girls, and love everything to do with Disney and Universal. I also love to share daily doses of Disney on my Disney Instagram @BrazzleDazzleDisney!