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Kids’ tickets are half price at Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea this summer

The 50 percent discount promotion for kids starts at the end of June and runs until August 31

Tabea Greuner
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Tabea Greuner
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Summer holidays are around the corner. Aside from a cooling dip at Tokyo’s fantastic water parks, a trip to Tokyo Disney Resort is on many a family's to-do lists. So here’s a piece of good news for you parents: Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea are offering half-price tickets for kids this summer.

The Tokyo Disney Resort Kids Summer Fun campaign runs from June 27 until August 31. The 50 percent discount applies to one-day passes and timed tickets with entry from 10.30am for children aged 4 to 11 (or 12 if the child is still in primary school; children below the age of 4 don’t require a ticket).

The one-day pass for kids will now cost ¥2,350-¥2,800 instead of ¥4,700-¥5,600. The timed ticket from 10.30am will be reduced in price from ¥4,400-¥5,300 to ¥2,200-¥2,650. Prices differ depending on the day of the week, so see the calendar for details. 

There’s more. When you order a small-sized iced drink at a restaurant, it will be upgraded to a medium-sized drink for free just by showing your child’s Kids Summer Fun Passport. Note that you can only get one drink upgrade per ticket.

If you’ve already purchased tickets for any of the days within the campaign period, you’ll be able to change them online to the discounted Kids Summer Fun Passports. Simply book a new promotion ticket and right after purchase you’ll be able to start the refund process.

The discounted tickets for kids will be available online from June 22 at 2pm via Tokyo Disney Resort's reservation system. For more information, see Tokyo Disney Resort’s website (in Japanese only).

This article was originally published on June 13, and updated on June 22.

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