Today, ticket prices were released for Disneyland, as well as reports of some news that might make it easier for more people to book a park reservation on popular days!
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!
The Disneyland parks are officially reopening on April 30th!
Tickets are going on sale SOON, and we’ve already received some details about what rides, characters, and more will be like when the parks reopen. And now, we’ve got more important updates about WHO, exactly, will be able to get into the parks!
Wow! Lots of Disneyland news is coming in!
Disney just announced a whole slew of reopening details for the Disneyland theme parks. The parks are set to reopen on April 30th with LOTS of dining locations and attractions returning. Now, we know when NEW Disneyland tickets will be on sale!
We’re getting ready for the reopening of Disneyland Resort on April 30th!
As we get closer and closer to the opening date, we’ve been keeping an eye out for any updates related to what we can expect from the reopened parks. Now, Disney is reminding guests about the guidelines for purchasing Disneyland tickets.
Even though there is a new membership program in the works, and previous annual passholders are now referred to as Legacy Passholders, there are still lots of questions to be answered. Now, we’ve got another update on the future of Disneyland passholders.
It’s been a wild ride for the Disneyland Resort this year!
With the parks closed due to COVID-19 since March, it doesn’t look like a reopening will be coming anytime soon, due to government regulations. Even though the parks can’t fully reopen, Disneyland Resort has been able to open for shopping and dining in Downtown Disney and Disney California Adventure’s Buena Vista Street. Now, Disney is sharing an update on theme park ticket expiration dates.
Prior to the park closure, people had purchased park tickets that are going unused for the time being. In response, Disney initially extended reservation dates for many tickets. Now, with the closures continuing, it looks like some unused promotional tickets have gotten a significant expiration extension once more.
2020 is here and there are some exciting changes headed to Disneyland! While we can not WAIT for Avengers Campus to open this summer, there’s another major change that will affect your vacation planning.
Sadly, a new year ALSO means more expensive ticket prices. Disneyland is upping their park ticket and annual pass prices again as of today, February 11, 2020.