Disneyland Resort Reopening Ticket Prices Released

Katie Francis


Disneyland Resort Reopening Ticket Prices Released

Disneyland released the ticket calendar for the first two months after the upcoming reopening on April 30, following a yearlong closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Orange County Register reports.


Tickets for both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure will be available for booking on Thursday, April 15.

Advance park reservations will be required to visit either park. Reservations will open on April 12 for guests who previously purchased tickets. The parks will be operating with limited capacity, and reservations will be first-come, first-serve. Guests must already have purchased a ticket to make a reservation.

At this time, only California residents are permitted to purchase tickets and visit the parks.

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The previous five-tiered pricing system will be in effect, with no increase in the ticket price. Parkhopper tickets will be available at a higher cost.

To view park availability for each Tier, Disney has provided a full calendar. Please note this calendar does not show reservation ability, only ticket validity. The reservation calendar has not been released yet, but park hours have been updated through June 28th.

Tickets are available in a 60-day window starting with the resort’s reopening date of April 30th.


Disney provided a handy guide for guests with previously purchased tickets to identify their ticket tier. At this time, tier upgrades are not available.

Follow WDWNT and DLNT for more coverage of Disneyland’s reopening.


  • Katie Francis

    Katie is a lover of all theme parks and an avid reader. Her favorite rides are Spaceship Earth and The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man. You can find her daydreaming of the Florida sun, and you can reach her at katie@wdwnt.com.

8 thoughts on “Disneyland Resort Reopening Ticket Prices Released”

  1. Until the mask mandate is removed, my family and I will NOT be visiting Disney. Gov. DeSantis has removed it so why hasn’t Disney. The COVID virus is OVER.

  2. What are the different tiers for? Just Googled and they are for dates available, with higher tiers having more dates available.

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