Tokyo Disney Resort Releases More July Tickets, Likely Increasing Capacity
While the Tokyo Disney Resort reopened on July 1st, both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea were limited to a capacity of 15,000 Guests each. However it seems that after a successful first week, the resort is already ready to increase the numbers a bit, with the Oriental Land Company releasing more tickets to the market today!
Tickets for the entire month of July sold before the parks reopened, but now the Oriental Land Company has released a further unknown number of tickets for every day from July 7th through August 8th, the limits of ticket sales at present. Guests can attempt to get tickets through the Japanese version of the Tokyo Disney Resort App or via the official Tokyo Disney Resort website, but capacity issues and frequent crashes have plagued the system since tickets went on sale June 25th. Its been a bit of a game of chance ever since to buy tickets, not unlike the process of getting Park Passes at Walt Disney World. For more information on the ticket structure in place at the parks for the time being, check out our post from June for details.
This move likely means that Oriental Land is looking to gradually increase capacity at the parks over time. Wait times were considerably low last week, with even extremely popular attractions like Pooh’s Hunny Hunt or Toy Story Mania rarely topping 20 minutes. Only time will tell as to how often we’ll see these incremental capacity bumps!
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