There have been some major announcements over the last few weeks for Disneyland and Disney parks. Yesterday we finally heard the opening date for the Avengers Campus and today ricing for Disneyland ticket sales for the April 30th reopening were released.
Theme park ticket sales for Disneyland and Disney California Adventure will resume on Thursday, April 15. Advanced online reservations will open on April 12 for visitors with previously purchased tickets.
Reservations will be required to visit Disneyland and DCA once both parks reopen with limited capacity. Visitors will need to purchase theme park tickets before making a reservation. California theme parks will be required to limit admission to in-state residents. As you can see below, there is an admission calendar for ticket prices. (click here to go to the site)
The two most popular dates on the Disneyland calendar will be April 30, when the parks reopen, and June 4, when Avengers Campus debuts at DCA. Disneyland will hold back a certain amount of ticket inventory for April 30 and June 4 so those with unused tickets don’t scoop up all the available reservation spots before those purchasing new tickets get a chance to make a reservation.
Disneyland will still employ a five-tiered pricing system that charges less on slower days and more on busier days. Prices for single-day, single-park tickets continue to range from
Parkhopper and multi-day tickets cost more. The newly released pricing calendar shows what ticket tiers will be available on specific days over the next two months. The 60-day rolling calendar will reveal new dates and prices over time. The ticket calendar will help visitors with unused tickets and those purchasing new tickets determine which days they can make a reservation to visit the reopened parks.
Visitors will need both a ticket and an advance reservation to get into Disneyland or DCA. Those with previously purchased tickets will need to make a reservation. Those without tickets will need to buy one first and then make a reservation.
The most expensive $154 Tier 5 tickets are good for all days over the first two months when the parks reopen provided visitors can make a reservation. In general, visitors with $139 Tier 4 and $124 Tier 3 tickets will be able to make reservations on weekdays on Mondays through Thursdays. Ticket holders in the $114 Tier 2 will mostly find midweek reservations available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
**Visitors with Tier 1 tickets who want to go to Disneyland or DCA during the first two months after the parks reopen but find themselves blocked out on the ticket calendar can request a refund and start over on April 15 with the general public.
**Tier upgrades are not available, but visitors with unused tickets can dial down a higher tier ticket for a lower tier reservation, though they won’t be refunded the difference in price.
**Visitors with unused tickets looking to make reservations will encounter two pricing schemes on the ticket calendar — the latest 5-tier system and the older 3-tier plan. The 3-tier plan offered $104 value, $129 regular and $149 peak tickets.
Source: Disneyland Website
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