The Magic Key Holder exclusive mirrored Mickey-shaped sipper is now available at Disneyland Resort. The sipper is available at various quick-service restaurants and outdoor vending carts in Disneyland and Disney California Adventure, while supplies last. We found ours at Galactic Grill in Disneyland.
We also saw the sipper at Harbour Galley.
Magic Key Mirrored Mickey Sipper – $18.99
This new sipper is shaped like Mickey’s head and is covered in a shiny gradient of purple, pink, orange, and gold. It’s the same shape as the mirrored Pride Mickey sipper released earlier this summer.
The Magic Key log is in purple on one side of the sipper.
A purple straw pops out of the top of the Mickey head for sipping.
A detachable strap features the Magic Key and Disneyland Resort logos.
One side of the strap is purple, while the other side is pink.
The top with the straw unscrews to fill the sipper.
The interior is white.
There is a purchase limit on these sippers of one per Magic Key Holder. No discounts will be applicable.
Disneyland Magic Key
The Magic Key program is a successor to the Disneyland Resort Annual Passholder program, meant for “frequent visitors.” There has been some controversy over the changes that came with this new system, including a lawsuit that claimed Disney was falsely advertising visit availability.
According to the latest motion in that case, which followed an in-person mediation, both Disney and Janale Nielsen (who filed both individually and on behalf of other key holders) have agreed to settle the lawsuit. The grievance alleged limiting the number of park pass reservations available for Dream Keys in particular — which were advertised as having “no blockout dates” — when passes for regular tickets are still available is a violation of the program’s contract.
Under the previous annual pass program, reservations weren’t needed and passholders could generally visit as often as they wanted, as long as it wasn’t on a day marked as blocked.
In August 2022, language was added to the terms and conditions of the passes regarding class action lawsuits. Through the purchase, guests now waive their right to pursue litigation related to the pass.
The four Magic Key tiers are the Inspire Key, Believe Key, Enchant Key, and Imagine Key. The latter three are currently only available for renewal. The Inspire Key is the most expensive, for $1,599, and includes the following:
- Reservation-based admission to one or both theme parks most days of the year, subject to availability of park reservations allocated to Magic Key passes, applicable pass blockout dates, and the Magic Key Terms and Conditions
- Hold up to 6 theme park reservations at a time* 20% off the purchase of Disney Genie+ service on days when you use your pass for park admission.* Price and availability vary by date. View important information about Disney Genie+ service Unlimited Disney PhotoPass digital photo downloads
- Up to 20% off select merchandiseϯ
- Up to 15% off select dining
- Standard theme park parking included (excluding blockout dates, at the Mickey & Friends Parking Structure, Pixar Pals Parking Structure and Toy Story Parking Area)
Will you be using the Magic Key mirrored Mickey-shaped sipper? Let us know in the comments.