Disneyland has announced this holiday weekend that a second of its four categories of new Magic Key annual passes are now sold out.
Only the two most heavily restricted types of passes are still available, and one of those remaining types is for Southern California residents only.
The two sold out Magic Key passes are the Believe Key, which cost $949 per person annually, and the Dream Key, which cost $1399 per year per person.
Both of those passes offered free or a heavy discount on parking. Neither of the other two passes offer any parking discount, plus they offer a very limited range of available dates for use.
Disneyland first announced the Magic Key annual pass program in August of this year, with sales beginning later in that month.
The Dream pass was announced as sold out in October, at the same time as a ticket price increase was announced for the Disneyland parks.
Disney has not said if or when the Dream and Believe Keys will be made available again.
It’s not much better over on the East Coast, since Disney has temporarily suspended sales of most of the annual pass types for Walt Disney World, too.