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Tokyo Disney Resort to Pilot Sales of NEW DisneySea Early Entry Tickets to Hotel Guests Starting April 1st

As the Oriental Land Company explores additional ways to increase revenue from Guests visiting Tokyo Disney Resort, it seems they will be piloting a new upcharge service — early entry to the Disney Parks for Hotel Guests. The program will be underway from April 1st through June 30th as a test to gauge Guest interest.

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The tickets will be sold to Guests at all four Disney Hotels at Tokyo Disney Resort for ¥3000 ($27.57) including tax and will be offered from March 31st through June 30th, 2021. For now, these tickets will grant admission to Tokyo DisneySea from 8 AM, instead of the park’s 9 AM opening time. Guests must also purchase a separate One-Day Passport in order to take advantage of the Early Entry Ticket.

The following attractions will be open to Guests:

  • Soaring: Fantastic Flight
  • Toy Story Mania
  • Tower of Terror
  • Journey to the Center of the Earth

Guests may still be required to obtain a Standby Pass to experience these attractions. Standby Passes may only be obtained once per day for each attraction, even after experiencing Early Entry.

This seems to be a pilot program, possibly as a replacement for the currently-suspended (and free of charge) Happy 15 Entry system for Hotel Guests, allowing those staying at the Disney Hotels to enter the park 15 minutes ahead of everyone else. Time will tell if it becomes permanent or if it will be expanded to Tokyo Disneyland.

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