Disneyland Introduced a New Ticket Pricing System With a Tiered Structure; Here's What You Need to Know

ANAHEIM, CA - APRIL 11: General views of the Disney California Adventure Park at Disneyland Resort, which reopened for outdoor dining and shopping on April 11, 2021 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by AaronP / Bauer-Griffin / GC Images)
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Disneyland will reopen to the public on April 30th, but with a few basic rules. For the time being, only California residents in groups of no more than three households can visit. Even if this qualification is lifted, a new ticket system requires all guests to have valid tickets for the days on which they want to drive to the park. In February 2020, a month before Disneyland closed its doors to the public due to the pandemic, the park changed its ticket prices and introduced a tiered structure.
The tiered system only applies to parking tickets for one day and Park Hopper for one day (so if you buy a ticket for two to five days, the tier does not apply). Certain calendar dates during your ideal visit can be locked at the lowest price, which means you buy a higher tier ticket - AKA more expensive. Tier 5, the most expensive, is the option which includes weekend days but also gives guests the freedom to visit any other day of the week. Levels 1 to 4 then each contain a selection of appointments that can be booked by the guests. The lower the number of levels, the lower the availability (for exact dates, see the Disneyland ticket page). Although some of this data overlaps between tiers, a Tier 1 ticket is the most cost-effective option of the five.
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Price information for Disneyland Ticket Tier for adults and children
Ticket Type Adult (One Park Per Day) Adult Park Hopper Child (One Park Per Day) Child Park Hopper One Day (Tier 1) $ 104 $ 159 $ 98 $ 153 One Day (Tier 2) $ 114 $ 169 $ 108 $ 163 One day (Tier 3)
$ 124 $ 179 $ 117 $ 172 One Day (Tier 4)
$ 139 $ 194 $ 132 $ 187 One Day (Tier 5)
$ 154 $ 209 $ 146 $ 201 Two days $ 235 $ 290 $ 220 $ 275 Three days $ 310 $ 365 $ 290 $ 345 Four days $ 340 $ 395 $ 320 $ 375 Five days $ 360 $ 415 $ 340 $ 395
Another way to bring the levels into play is for guests who need to postpone previously purchased unused tickets for a time when the park was closed during the pandemic. The extended ticket expiration date allows you to make a new reservation as long as the new date is available in the tier of your unused ticket (identify the tier of your day ticket by looking either in the lower right corner of a printed ticket or at the top of a mobile one Tickets).
For example, if you have an unused Tier 5 ticket, you can reserve now for any day you want. If you have a tier 2 to 4 ticket, you must select an available date within the appropriate tier. If you have a Tier 1 ticket, you cannot rebook your visit until July 1st or later. Ticket upgrades may be available if you find that your tier is not compatible with the new date you plan to visit the park by speaking with Guest Relations.

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