Today, the Oriental Land Company announced that ticket prices will be increasing at Tokyo Disney Resort starting April 1st. This move comes right on the heels of the forthcoming expansion at Tokyo Disneyland on April 15, along with the upcoming Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs expansion opening in 2023. The last major ticket price hike came in 2016 to ¥7400, with a ¥100 increase in October 2019 due to revised consumption tax in Japan. Additionally, a special one-day passport ticket for Guests with disabilities will be introduced.
The changes are as follows (in Japanese Yen):
|Through March 31, 2020||Starting April 1, 2020|
|Type of Ticket||Adult (18+)||Junior (12-17)||Child (4-11)||Adult (18+)||Junior (12-17)||Child (4-11)|
|Two-Park Annual Passport||91,000||57,000||99,000||57,000|
|Two-Park Annual Passport (Senior)||76,000||85,000|
|One-Park Annual Passport||62,000||40,000||68,000||40,000|
|One-Park Annual Passport (Senior)||52,000||58,000|
|Disabled Guests Passport||–||6,600||5,500||3,900|
These changes are a bit more substantial than those we saw in October. The One-Day Passport is up from (as of current exchange rates) $68.91 to $75.34. Also, the Two-Park Annual Passport saw a steep hike from $836.11 to $909.61. I’m a little bit disappointed in this, as the Resort is known for not being horribly expensive. Japanese salaries and pay also aren’t growing very much in the current economy, and this may cause issues for some Guests. I do hope we don’t see more hikes for some time.
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