No Magic in Magic Key Disneyland Move: Lawsuit – Enterprise Insurance

According to Disneyland fanatics, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products Inc. has become a villain in their struggle to visit the park whenever they want.

Subscribers to the park's Magic Key program, the replacement for annual passes at Disneyland Resort, filed a $ 5 million lawsuit alleging the park had them over the issue of no blackout dates for priority Visits are blocked, misled and treated as "second class ticket holders" by artificially limiting Magic Key reservations and the number of key holders who can visit on a given day, "according to the lawsuit.

Pass holders complained of notorious difficulties securing reservations for the two California theme parks, with media reports that there were very limited reservations available for elite pass holders.

After the company defended its IDs in the press, the company filed a removal notice last week, which will refer the case from the regional court to the federal court. "We are clear about the terms and conditions of the Magic Key product and know that many of our guests enjoy the experience of these passes," said a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles Times.

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