Magic Key Holders at Disneyland Resort Hotels Restricted to Pass Limits, Not Length of Stay
Magic Keys went on sale today, and during the very long wait to purchase, guests are reading the fine print of the agreement for Key Holders. One detail may throw a wrench in the plans of some visiting guests: even when staying in an on-site hotel, Magic Key holders are still restricted to the number of park reservations allotted to their pass level.
Annual Passholders of Walt Disney World are allowed to have three park pass reservations at any given time. The only exception to this is for Annual Passholders who also have a linked resort hotel reservation, in which case they are allowed to make park pass reservations for every day of their stay, regardless of the three pass limit.
The new Magic Key program will not extend the same courtesy to Key Holders staying at Disneyland Resort Hotels. Key Holders pay for different levels of passes depending on how many days of reservations they are allowed to hold concurrently, as well as different levels of blackout dates. On the low end, the Imagine Key only allows two reservations at a time, while the Dream Key, on the high end, allows for six reservations at a time, and these tiers are separated by a $1,000 ticket price difference.
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