With about 3 weeks to go just before Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park reopen, the Anaheim resort announced ticket product sales will start Monday for those who are keeping unused tickets and sales for all other California citizens will start April 15.
The two Disneyland Vacation resort theme parks, which have been closed since March 2020 due to the fact of the COVID-19 pandemic, are scheduled to reopen April 30 with limited capability and new virus safety protocols. The parks will function from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Ticket costs will not exceed previous year’s selling prices, the parks reported. The parks have adopted a five-tier pricing scheme that rates more for times when need is greatest. An unused ticket for a most affordable-tier day can only be applied to e book a reservation for a working day that is designated for the least expensive-tier cost. The exact same rule applies to the other tiers. The calendar that designates people tiers will go online Friday.
When earning reservations, parkgoers who get Park Hopper tickets can pick — pending availability — which topic park to start their working day, and then can visit the 2nd park commencing at 1 p.m. that day. Attendees with multi-day tickets should make a independent park reservation for every day they plan to take a look at.
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