Shanghai Disneyland reopened to guests on May 11th. In order to limit guest capacity as part of the new health and safety measures, guests have been required to purchase dated admission tickets ahead of their visit to enter the park while Annual Passholders have been required to make a reservation.
To this point, previously purchased General Admission tickets have not been accepted. However, an update to the Disneyland Shanghai website advises guests that — starting today, June 1st, guests with General Admission tickets will be able to make a reservation to visit the park for the dates of June 3rd through June 7th.
The website also instructs guests on how to make a reservation with a list of One-Day General Admission Ticket Advanced Reservation Procedures and Requirements. Though as of today, June 1st, reservations are only available for the dates of June 3rd through June 7th, reservations will continue to become available on a six-day reservation calendar basis.
The instructions state that: “From 13:00, June 2, reservations for park visits on June 8 will be available to guests. From 13:00 every day starting June 3, we will open a six-day reservation calendar. Guests cannot make a reservation for a visit on the same date as the reservation. The reservation system will be updated at 13:00 each day, with a limited daily quota.”
Guests should also be advised that ‘the validity period of a One-Day General Admission Ticket will be extended for the number of lost days falling between the park’s closure date of January 25, 2020 and the end of the “Advanced Reservation Period.” ‘
Interested guests can learn more by visiting the Shanghai Disneyland Resort website.
It’s also worth mentioning that — while we await further details — Walt Disney World Resort plans to implement a theme park reservation system when Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom reopen to guests on July 11th, followed by EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios on July 15th. You can read more about the reopening of Walt Disney World Resort by visiting any of the links below.
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