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Disneyland’s ‘Magic Key’ Program To Replace Annual Passport

By The Big Magazine Staff

Disneyland is preparing to announce details about the park’s new “Magic Key” program which will replace its popular annual passports, on Tuesday, according to a Disney Resorts press release.

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On Monday an email was sent to people who were previously part of Disney's old annual passport program. Annual passes have been a staple for park repeat visitors for over forty years with costs ranging from $419 to $1,449, depending on which option the user picked. The cheapest choice, however, could only be purchased by Southern California residents.

Under Disney’s current five-tiered pricing system, the cost of an adult ticket ranges from $104 to $154 for a single day at a Disneyland Resort theme park. For an additional $55, guests can purchase a park-hopper ticket that gives them access to both parks in a single day — bringing the total ticket price to as much as $204.

Both theme parks have fully re-opened to out-of-state visitors since mid-June.

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