When Disneyland released the Magic Key back in August 2021, the park pass reservation system, similar to WDW, was put into place. There are four tiers of the Magic Key; the Dream and Believe Keys that can hold up to 6 reservations at a time, the Enchant Key that can hold 4 reservations, and the Imagine Key can hold 2 reservations.
In the beginning, there was a no-show policy that was never enforced. The deal was simply if a Magic Key Holder did not show for their reservation that reservation is basically wasted, no one else could use the reservation because it was still being held by said key holder.
The no show policy, as stated on the Disneyland Magic Key page is as follows: “The ability of Magic Key holders to make and hold park reservations will be impacted by the no show policy. Magic Key holders who are a no show for 3 reservations in a 90-day window will be unable to make new park reservations for 30 days. Existing park reservations at that time will not be cancelled. The 30-day period begins the day after the third no show, and will continue even if the pass is upgraded to another pass during that time. A Magic Key holder who enters the designated park any time before closing on the day of the reservation is not considered a no show. If the reservation is for both parks, only one park needs to be entered to avoid being a no show. Magic Key holders who timely cancel a reservation are also not considered a no show. Cancellation of a reservation must be done by 11:59 PM PT on the day before the reserved date. Rules and policies are subject to change without notice.”
Disneyland has now started enforcing the no-show policy. How do you guys feel about this? Sound off in the comments.