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Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea are increasing ticket prices at peak times

From March 20, tickets to both Disney theme parks in Tokyo will cost more on weekends and holidays

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Tabea Greuner
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Long-time fans of Tokyo’s two Disney parks, Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, are used to ticket prices going up every few years. This time, however, the new ticket prices will change based on the season and day of the week. Tokyo Disney Resort says the variable ticket prices will help keep visitor numbers balanced throughout the year, hopefully avoiding some of the big crowds at Halloween and Christmas.

From March 20, the one-day pass for adults will increase by ¥500 to ¥8,700 during peak times such as Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays, spring break and Golden Week. More details on additional peak periods will be announced at a later date on Tokyo Disney Resort’s official website. Here are the new ticket prices: 

  • One-day pass: ¥8,200-¥8,700 (children aged 12-17 ¥6,900-¥7,300, children aged 4-11 ¥4,900- ¥5,200)
  • Admission from 10.30am: ¥7,700-¥8,200 (children aged 12-17 ¥6,500-¥6,900; children aged 4-11 ¥4,600-¥4,900)
  • Admission from 12noon: ¥7,300-¥7,700 (children aged 12-17 ¥6,100-¥6,500; children aged 4-11 ¥4,300-¥4,600)

Note that both Disneyland and DisneySea are still operating with reduced visitor numbers and extra coronavirus safety measures. See our blog for details.

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