Disneyland Magic Key Holders Can Get FREE Stuff During February

California Adventure at Sunset.

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According to the OC Register, February is Magic Key Appreciation Month at Disneyland and if you are a pass holder you're eligible to get FREE stuff! Magic Key Celebration Month begins February 1st and Disneyland, Disney California Adventure, and Downtown Disney will all be participating. Here's all the freebies/exclusives for pass holders in February:

FREE for Key Holders

  • Magic Key sunglasses available at the main entrance to Cars Land across from Blue Sky Cellar in Disney California Adventure.
  • Mini prints of the Disneyland resort’s mountain range available Feb. 1-15 and transportation vehicles on Feb. 16-28.
  • Avengers Campus blueprint lithograph available at World of Disney and WonderGround Gallery in Downtown Disney.
  • Disney PhotoPass Magic Shots downloads featuring Peter Pan’s shadow in Disneyland and Steamboat Willie in DCA.
  • Behind-the-scenes video content from Walt Disney Imagineers on the Magic Key Facebook and Instagram accounts.
  • Disneyland attraction posters available on the Magic Key Facebook and Instagram accounts.
  • Magic Key themed wallpaper for your smartphone.
  • Magic Key appreciation month celebratory filters available on Instagram.
  • Online trivia created exclusively for keyholders.

Exclusives sold to Key Holders

  • Magic Key Slush drink at Galactic Grill in Disneyland’s Tomorrowland.
  • Ima’gin’ cocktail at Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen in Downtown Disney made with gin, sparkling wine, mint syrup and lime juice that changes color when swirled.
  • Magic Shake at Black Tap Craft Burgers & Shakes in Downtown Disney made with blueberry pie, whipped cream, sprinkles and a cherry.
  • Collectible pin available to Magic Keyholders with purchase at Wetzel’s Pretzels in Downtown Disney.
  • Magic Key drink tumblers for your favorite beverages available at select locations in Disneyland and DCA.
  • Magic Key smartphone covers sold at select locations in Disneyland and DCA.

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