A Visa cardholder presale took place yesterday for 3-day passes as well as single day passes, and that allotment of tickets reached capacity within an hour or so after the sale went live! But there was added incentive to purchase your tickets today instead of yesterday.
Not only does today’s general on-sale event include single-day and 3-day passes, but it also includes Hall D23 Preferred Seating — a package that was NOT available for sale during yesterday’s presale. It’s an $899 package that includes admission for all three days and guaranteed reserved seating for all Hall D23 presentations.
This Preferred Seating package was quite a popular item, because it SOLD OUT in roughly seven minutes after the sale went live!
Hall D23 is the main expo hall where the major presentations take place over the weekend, including the highly-anticipated Parks, Experiences and Products presentation as well as the Disney Legends Awards ceremony. Preferred seating would bring guests up-close to all of the action!
We’re also noticing select single-day tickets are being marked as sold out as well, in particular single-day tickets for Saturday. We’re also seeing those sold out tickets pop up again after we refresh our screen, so if this happens to you, it’s possible Disney could be replenishing their online inventory. We’ll continue to keep an eye on D23 ticket inventory throughout the day, and we’ll also bring you the latest news and announcements as we gear up for the D23 Expo in September!
Are you planning on attending the D23 Expo this September? Let us know in the comments!
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