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Hong Kong Disneyland Introducing Peak Day Pricing, Raising Magic Access Pricing

Starting October 19, Hong Kong Disneyland will switch to two-tier pricing for one-day park tickets. This new system will include more expensive peak days, which other Disney Parks around the world have already implemented. The first peak day will be on November 20.

Regular 1-day tickets are $639 HKD ($82 USD) for adults and $475 HKD ($61 USD) for kids. Peak days will cost $699 HKD ($90 USD) for adults and $524 HKD ($67) for kids.

Pricing will also go up for Magic Access Memberships starting November 19. Platinum memberships will go from $3,599 HKD ($463 USD) to $3,998 HKD ($514 USD). Gold memberships will go from $2,059 HKD ($265 USD) to $2,228 HKD ($268 USD). Silver memberships will remain at $1,278 HKD ($164 USD).

Between October 19 and November 19, guests whose memberships expire on or before April 30, 2022 can renew early with a 30% discount.

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Dland Fan
Dland Fan
1 month ago

Do you think Hong Kong Disneyland will close again due to the pandemic? I am trying to go in February.

Dland Cool
Dland Cool
1 month ago
Reply to  Dland Fan

Nobody could know that. It depends on the pandemic, not on Disneyland.