Disneyland Paris Introduces New Dated, 1-Day Summer Ticket Option

When Disneyland Paris announced it would be reopening on July 15, it also detailed that park access would be determined based on a new, temporary, day-by-day reservation system. This will mean that Annual Passholders and holders of non-dated park tickets are not guaranteed park access, unless they make a specific reservation to accompany their admission.

What was explained, however, is that guests who already hold specifically-dated tickets will not need to go through this reservation system, and that their park admission is confirmed. Since this would be the preferred option for many guests planning their trips, Disneyland Paris has just rolled out a brand-new ticketing option, specifically to suit this new demand.

Titled the ‘Dated 1-Day Ticket – Summer Day’, this option is available for guests to purchase on the Disneyland Paris website, and is currently available for dates from park opening on July 15 through August 31. Guests who book this ticket option will be guaranteed park entry on their selected day.

Pricing for this ticket option is standard through both weekends and weekdays. The cost of a one park, one day ticket will cost 79 per adult, 73 per child (£70.31/£64.97). For admission into both parks, it will cost 99 per adult, and 93 per child (£88.11/£82.77).

For more information on the ticketing reservation system, click here. Plus, if you are planning a summer visit to Disneyland Paris, don’t forget to take into account the important new Health & Safety protocols put in place across the resort, designed to keep guests and Cast Members safe amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

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