Disneyland is reopening on April 30th, and BOY are we excited.
We’ve already shared some details on Park Pass reservations and rides — and we even got an opening date for the brand-new Avengers Campus! And as the big reopening creeps closer, Disney is announcing still more. Today, we got some news on ticket pricing and block-out dates!
First of all, if you’re purchasing new tickets, you’ll be able to grab ’em starting April 15th! And good news: ticket prices are not increasing. You’ll be able to purchase for the same price that you could in March 2020, before the closure.
The five-tiered ticket system will remain in place, too. These tiers allow Disneyland to charge less for entry on slower days, and more on busier days. You can find those tiered prices below. And as before, your Park Hopper tickets will cost more.
Those Tier 5 tickets will be valid every day the first 2 months the parks are back open. Tier 3 and 4 ticket-holders will be able to make reservations on select weekdays…
…with Tier 3 ticket-holders having just a few more block-out dates.
Tier 2 ticket-holders may have some luck with reservations on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Tier 1 ticket-holders are currently blocked out for the first 2 months, but they can wait for any added availability or request a refund.
Disneyland also shows the blockout dates for Regular Tickets…
…and Value Tickets.
If you already have a ticket, you’ll be able to make your Park Pass reservations starting on April 12th. However, Disney doesn’t expect any dates to be fully booked by the time tickets go on sale on April 15th. And if you’re trying to make a Park Pass for April 30th or June 4th (2 hugely popular days in the parks), don’t panic too much. According to the Orange County Register, Disney will reportedly hold back a select number of tickets so they’re not all reserved by existing ticket holders on April 12th.
If you’re currently blocked-out or the date you’re looking for fills up, there’s a chance Disney may add additional reservations as time goes on. So keep checking this calendar! And of course, we’ll keep ya posted here at DFB too.
We’ll keep an eye out for more Disneyland reopening news, so stay tuned!
Are you planning on visiting Disneyland when it reopens? Let us know in the comments!