What happened to Disneyland's Magic Key program?

CALIFORNIA'S most magical place is about to get some adjustments.

On May 31, Disneyland revealed a change to the Magic Key program.

What happened to Disneyland's Magic Key program?

NBC Los Angeles reports that Disneyland California has suspended the Magic Key program.

The program is being swapped out for a new three-day, one-park-per-day ticket program for California residents.

Previously Disneyland announced a replacement for its popular annual passport with the Magic Key program.

The Magic Key program previously ranged from $399 up to $1,399.

While Current Dream Keyholders can still use their passes to make reservations, below are the prices for the new program.

The new three-day tickets range from $249 for admission on Mondays through Thursdays or $299 for any day, including weekends, for eligible guests.

California residents can purchase the tickets now to use them between June 13 to Sept. 15, 2022.

The Anaheim, California, theme park discontinued annual passes in January 2021 as the coronavirus-related shutdown of the state’s theme parks hit the 10-month mark.

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Annual passes were around for nearly four decades before the program’s cancellation.

How much are tickets to Disneyland?

Disneyland California is still offering single-day admission tickets to the park starting at $149.

There is a park-hopper option available to visit both parks, starting at $209 and up.

Prices for the park vary based on age, the number of days, and whether you choose park-hopper or not.

Another option to gain cheaper admission is through multi-day tickets, which cost as low as $72 per day.

Disney also offers a limited-time deal that allows California residents to buy three-day tickets for $83 per day.

When did Disneyland open after first shutting down during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Both theme parks have been open to California residents since April 2021 and out-of-state visitors since mid-June of that year.

As of August 2021, California strongly recommends that all guests be fully vaccinated or receive a negative Covid-19 test before entering Disneyland.

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As of February 2022, Disneyland announced that it would be lifting the majority of its mask mandates for vaccinated visitors.

Excluding certain indoor health settings, masks will no longer be required of vaccinated guests in most indoor and outdoor park settings.

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