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  • On Mar 5, 2024
    Ailin from UT Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello! I have 3 questions. -how many magic key passes can I purchase at the same time? We are 4 in my family. -can i use multiple cards when checking out? -why are some of the magic key calendars just blank? Will those be updated after the sale tomorrow?

    Hey there, Ailin, welcome back to planDisney!

    You've come to the right place to get answers about the Magic Key pass sales. I have a large family of seven and we have Magic Key passes that were all purchased at the same time. This will be fun, I feel like Genie and I'm going to answer your three questions as if they were wishes! Do you trust me? If so, hop on the magic carpet, 'cause we're going for a ride!

    1. Guests can purchase a maximum of 10 passes, be sure to have all the required information to assign a pass to each guest
    2. Multiple payment methods are allowed, but only two forms. You can use a single debit/credit card and a single gift card. If you will need to split your purchase further, I suggest using a gift card (up to $1000 max on a gift card) and the remaining balance on a debit/credit card. Did you know that you can also purchase a gift card using different debit/credit cards and combine them?
    3. Depending on the Magic Key pass type, the blockout dates will vary. Jafar may have been having a little fun on the back end of the site if the calendars were just blank. As I look there now, you can see through April 2025. You'll want to review the Magic Key calendar and click each pass type to see what dates are blocked out. I do recommend refreshing your browser and clearing the cache to make sure the dates repopulate.

    If you're planning to purchase your Magic Keys tomorrow, you'll want to log into your Disney account and make sure your main payment method is on file and you have all the guest information for a seamless process. Enter the queue at 8:45 am Pacific Time and sales will begin no sooner than 9 am Pacific Time. While being in the queue doesn't guarantee the ability to purchase a pass, you do have a better chance of success in the queue if you arrive early. You can also log into multiple devices, or have each adult log in their own account and device to purchase the passes, especially if you may need to split the purchase with more than one debit/credit card and one gift card.

    I'm wishing you loads of pixie dust for a successful purchase tomorrow! Feel free to message me if you have any other questions once you've secured your Magic Key passes! Becoming a Magic Key pass holder will bring you into a whole new world!

    Magic awaits!

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Meet the Panelist: Camille, California

Hiya pals! I’m a California dreamer, wife of over 20 years, and mama to five. Traveling to Disneyland with a large family is fun and sometimes overwhelming, but I'm here to help! When I'm not strolling down Main Street, U.S.A. with a churro in hand, I'm crafting gifts for my shop and supporting organizations with HR, branding, and communications! I love finding ways to infuse Disney magic into every aspect of my life! I can’t wait to show you a whole new world at the Disneyland Resort! Learn More About Camille

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