According to report, Disney Parks Chairman Tom Staggs told the Orlando Sentinel that the MyMagic+ technology will be available at Disneyland in the near future, most likely by next year.
Guests at Walt Disney World Resort have been using MyMagic+ and the MagicBands for a little more than a year.
The system allows guests to make FastPass+ reservations prior to their Disney vacation and the MagicBands serve as their park tickets, FastPass+ tickets, and it can also be used to pay for meals and merchandise.
Guests can purchase retail MagicBands at Walt Disney World, and when guests make a reservation they are mailed their MagicBands in advance of their trip.
The MyMagic+ system at Disneyland will reportedly be different than what is in use in Orlando, although no details have been announced about the system at Disneyland.
MyMagic+ cost The Walt Disney Company nearly $1 billion to develop and roll out to guests.