Disneyland halted sales of its Magic Key Annual Passes just one day after announcing it was resuming sales.
The themed park announced Wednesday that its annual passes were on sale, which includes the Inspire Key for $1,599, the Believe Key for $1,099, or the Imagine Key for $499 (available for Southern California residents). The company announced Thursday that it paused sales of its annual passes.
Those who obtain Magic Key Passes may renew them if their passes are within 30 days of expiring, according to the themed park.
“While we know this will be disappointing news to Disneyland fans, it’s important that we help protect the experience for Magic Key holders and the value those passes provide,” Disneyland officials said in a statement.
Disneyland debuted its Magic Key program in August 2021 to replace the annual pass program amid COVID-19 shutdowns. The company paused sales of the Magic key passes earlier this year, allowing customers to renew.
It is unclear when the park will resume sales of its Magic Key Annual Passes.