Niles: Should Disneyland shut down Magic Key for good?

Does Disneyland really need an annual pass program anyway?

In case you missed it, Disneyland has stopped selling its new Magic Key annual passes. Disneyland just started the Magic Key program last August, after “sunsetting” its long-time annual pass program in January 2021, when the parks were closed due to the pandemic.

Magic Key has divided Disneyland fans since its debut. Its requirement that pass holders make a reservation to use their pass for each visit has frustrated many users. Some even have sued Disney, claiming that the resort is prioritizing daily ticket holders over Magic Key holders when assigning reservations.

Disneyland offered four types of Magic Key passes, each

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