Tokyo Disney Resort Halts Sales of Open-Date Tickets & Annual Passports Amid Extended COVID-19 Closure
While the Tokyo Disney Resort is closed from February 28th through at least April 20th, ticket sales have been slow to stop. Until March 11th, fixed-date tickets were still available online. But Annual Passports and open-date tickets with one year validity were both still on sale until today.
A minor update on the Tokyo Disney Resort website today revealed that all ticket sales are suspending as of April 3rd. Almost all other sales and reservations, including Vacation Packages, fixed-date tickets, and dining reservations stopped on March 11th.
As we’ve noted in the past, Guests with unused tickets dated or expiring between February 29th-May 31st, 2020 can have their ticket changed to an open-dated Revisit Passport expiring March 31st, 2021 or refunded. The refund option is coming on April 10th. Guests with Annual Passports and food/popcorn vouchers will have the expiration date extended. Tokyo Disney Resort will release information on sales resumption in the future.
Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo DisneySea, and the Disney Hotels are temporarily closed through at least April 20th. Ikspiari is tentatively reopening on April 13th. This will likely change as case numbers track up in Japan. Keep your eyes on reliable global news sources for up-to-date information regarding COVID-19 in Japan and your home country.
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