And just like that, it’s over. What was once a main source of information for Disneyland on a moment-to-moment basis, is now no longer being monitored.
The Magic Key program that was recently announced will keep a “frequent visitor program” of some type going, though in a different schema. With reservation dates, number of concurrent reservation limits and a 90-day-window of booking availability, the days of getting an announcement on the Disneyland AP Twitter and popping down to the park are a thing of the past. However, the return of some type of frequent visitor program has many guests very excited, as a bastion of return to park normalcy. Will you be buying a Magic Key when they go on sale this weekend? Let us know in the comments below.