According to the Orlando Sentinel, Tom Staggs, Disney Parks Chairman, has said that the My Magic+ system will be coming to Disneyland Resort in the near future. The My Magic+ system allows guests to personalize their Disney vacations, and make the most out of their time in and out of the parks. Soon Disneyland guests will be able to link their tickets, room keys, and a credit card to the wristband companions known as Magic Bands.
The My Magic+ system and Magic Bands have been being used at Walt Disney World for a while now with some great results. Along with being able to link all their Disney vacation essentials in one system, My Magic+ has opened the door for guests to be able to schedule up to three (3) ride or experience Fastpasses up to sixty (60) days in advance for on-site guests, and 30 days in advance for off-site guests.. There have been some bumps along the road Disney has worked long and hard on making changes to benefit all guests.
With the huge investment Disney Parks has made into the My Magic+ system, it was only a matter of time before they brought it to the west coast parks. Due to the difference in guest demographics of the two (2) Disney parks, it is safe to assume that the Disneyland My Magic+ system will not be the exact same as Walt Disney World’s, but should definitely include Magic Bands. While Staggs didn’t release specifics about when to expect the My Magic+ system at Disneyland, some experts are thinking it should be there sometime in 2016.