Previously, Disney had paused theme park reservations and ticket purchases for Disneyland and Disney California Adventure from January 9th onward, but now that has changed! [Read more…]
There’s no denying it — Disney is EXPENSIVE!
Between booking your hotel stay, choosing where to eat on your trip, and oh yeah — park tickets — there are so many little things that can really add up. And it certainly doesn’t help when Disney decides to raise prices, either. Unfortunately, it looks like today is one of those days because going to Disneyland Resort is now going to cost you MORE!
Planning a Disney trip can be STRESSFUL. You’ve got to think about hotel reservations, where to eat, and getting those park passes before they run out. That’s why many people plan their Disney vacation several months or even years in advance.
With so much to think about, it’s best to start planning as early as possible. So if you’re hoping to visit Disneyland sometime in 2023, we’ve got important news for you! [Read more…]
The Disney parks changed a LOT when they reopened in 2020, so what still remains of those pandemic-era adjustments?
Face mask requirements have been relaxed somewhat in the parks, many buffets have returned in full force, and the social distancing markers and language are almost entirely gone. But there’s one BIG change that has stuck around: Park Pass Reservations. And from a recent interview with the president of Disneyland, it sounds like they could be here for a while. [Read more…]
A lot has changed at Disneyland Resort since it reopened a little over 6 months ago!
We’ve seen fireworks return to Disneyland Park, popular attractions debut new updates, and Disney even introduced a brand new holiday after-hours event. But, that’s not all! Just last month, we shared a BIG update on Disneyland’s ticketing options (including a pricier tier) and now we’ve got another update to the new passholder program — Magic Key.
This morning, we found even MORE changes, as Disneyland increased ticket prices for most of the ticket types in their tiered system. Parking prices increased at this resort as well. But that’s not all of the changes we’ve seen for Disneyland! Here are a couple more updates you should be aware of.
It’s hard to believe that Disneyland has been reopened for just a little over 2 months now!
We’ve been taking you with us as we eat our way through all the reopening restaurants and snack spots, and explore all the attractions and the brand new (!!) Avengers Campus. Plus, we’ve even brought you a look at all the reopening hotels. And, if you’re a California resident you can explore it all for yourself at a discount this summer!
Disneyland reopened just a few weeks ago, and we’re already seeing some changes in how guests can prepare for their next visit! Like Disney World, there are a few added steps you need to get through before you can even step foot in the parks. Disneyland has implemented their new Park Reservation system, which is required in addition to purchasing valid theme park admission.
That’s not all! Don’t forget that if you want to visit Disneyland and you aren’t staying at one of their hotels, you need somewhere to park! Right now, the Mickey and Friends parking structure is the only option for guests driving to the parks and looking to park on Disneyland property. While Disney has made strides to make their ticket buying and park reservation process smoother, parking has proven to have a few bumps in the road.
Since then, we’ve been in the theme parks looking for any changes and updates you might need to know about. We’ve gone over how to get Disneyland tickets and how to book Disneyland Park Pass Reservations, but now Disney has introduced a new system that combines the two into one easy step!