Originally Posted by spiderpig
When my wife and I bought a used 2006 Chrystler Town and Country it came with one key with all the buttons. We asked about getting a spare in case we lose the main and they wanted 150 bucks. So I went on ebay and found a chipped blank and then paid like 60 bucks to get them programmed. So it's a key with no buttons, but can still start the car since the chip inside is programmed for the car.
It is commonly referred to as a "valet" key. This is the first car that I have owned that did not come with one. I searched online, and at my local car key shop (ekeys4cars.com) and nothing withhout buttons.