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Sunday, December 27, 2020

Tokyo Disneyland To Introduce Variable Pricing Tickets for Parks

 by Beth Keating



December 27, 2020


Beginning March 20, 2021, Oriental Land Co., Ltd., the owner of Tokyo Disneyland Park and Tokyo DisneySea, will introduce variable price park tickets. The new admission prices will be based on the day of the week, as well as the season.  Florida’s Disney World introduced a similar system in October of 2018.

Courtesy of Tokyo Disney Resort website

According to a release from Oriental Land Co., Ltd., the new variable pricing “will enable a more equal distribution throughout the year of guests visiting the Parks, further enhancing the Park experience for guests.”


Oriental Land Co., Ltd. will also begin selling “Early Entry Tickets,” which will allow guests entry to Tokyo DisneySea as early as early as 8:00 a.m.  The new tickets will be available for admissions starting February 20, 2021, and are exclusively for guests staying at a Disney hotel. (Guests using an Early Entry Ticket must also have a valid 1-Day Passport.) An extra perk of the early admission ticket is that guests will also be able to access Standby Passes before other guests are admitted to the Park.


For information on the new price structure, head to the Tokyo Disneyland website.




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