Disneyland is reopening this month and we’re slowly learning more!
Yesterday, Disney announced that Avengers Campus will open on June 4th, just a few days after the parks reopen on April 30th. Now, we know more about ticket pricing for when tickets go on sale again next week!
Disneyland just released the ticket calendar and pricing details for the first two months that the resort’s theme parks will be reopened. Ticket prices at this time will remain unchanged from the model introduced prior to the park closures.
Just like prior to the closure, Disneyland is using a tiered pricing system that charges more for higher demand days. Single-day, adult ticket prices without Park Hopper range from $104 to $154. The prices vary for Park Hopper additions and multi-day tickets.
The only ticket categories that will permit guests to access the Disneyland theme parks within two weeks of reopening are Tier 5 Tickets and Peak Tickets — the most expensive ones. The parks’ opening day and the opening day of Avengers Campus are included in this period.
Disney notes that they will hold back some tickets for April 30th and June 4th so that those with unused, extended tickets don’t book all of the slots. No reservation dates are expected to be “sold out” when tickets go on sale.
Tickets will be available on April 15th with online park reservations opening on April 12th for those with previously purchased tickets. As a reminder, reservations will be required to access Disneyland.
Stay tuned to AllEars for all the updates!