Disneyland has started selling Magic Key annual passes again, but if history is any guide you’ll need to move fast and get lucky if you want to buy one.
Disneyland reopened the online sales window for Magic Key annual passes on Tuesday, Jan. 17, according to the official Disneyland Magic Key Instagram page.
Sales will be limited and could end at any time. Disney Parks Chairman Josh D’Amaro announced last week that Magic Key sales at Disneyland would resume “from time to time.”
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Don’t expect the online sales window to remain open for long. Magic Key annual pass sales were reopened for about a day in November before being paused again.
The Magic Key virtual queue had an approximate wait time of more than an hour at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday.
New Magic Key pass sales will pause each night at 10 p.m. and resume each morning at 9 a.m. Pacific time until the sale ends. Shoppers in the virtual queue will hold their place in the virtual line overnight as long as they keep their browser window open.
The $1,599 Inspire Key, $1,099 Believe Key and $449 Imagine Key were still available for purchase, according to an update posted to the Disneyland Magic Key website. The $699 Enchant Key was available for renewal only.