Tokyo Disney Resort Announces Third Ticket Price Change in 18 Months Effective October 1

Tokyo Disney Resort is set to increase ticket prices for Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea for the third time since April 2020, a record pace for the resort that once only raised prices every few years. Starting October 1, 2021, the two-tier ticket price system will be expanded to four tiers, depending on anticipated crowds.

The current system, with base ticket prices introduced in April 2020 and revised in March this year with the introduction of tiers, sells One-Day Passports for ¥8200 ($74.27) on weekdays and ¥8700 ($78.79) on weekends and holidays for adults.

The new ticket system will introduce four tiers for adult tickets, ranging from ¥7900 ($71.55) to ¥9400 ($85.13) per day. Full details on the four levels are visible below.


This is the first time that ticket prices have ever increased twice in the same year, and puts the highest-tier ticket at a whopping ¥2000 ($18.11) more than it was just two years ago. Tokyo Disney Resort typically goes 1-4 years without price changes.

Ticket price calendars have also been released through January 2022, with nearly every weekend commanding the ¥9400 price, and weekdays hovering between ¥8400 and ¥8900 for most days. January 12 is the first day set so far to see the ¥7900 ticket price.

Tokyo Disney Resort will also begin selling the discounted Disabled Persons Passport starting October 1. Guests may purchase it as with any other ticket, but must bring an official certification of their disability to be checked by Cast Members upon park entry.

There is no word yet on when Multi-Day Passports and Annual Passports will resume sales at Tokyo Disney Resort, so stay tuned to WDWNT for the latest news.

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