Shanghai Disneyland Increasing Ticket Prices Starting January 9, 2022
Shanghai Disneyland will be increasing their ticket prices starting January 9, 2022.
The new definition and rate for the four-tiered pricing structure will be as follows:
“Regular” price of admission to Shanghai Disneyland, covering most of the weekdays and selected weekends, is set at 435 RMB.
“Regular Plus” price of admission will cover selected weekends and selected weekdays, and is set at 545 RMB.
“Peak” price of admission, which covers most of the days in summer season, selected Chinese statutory holiday periods (including its shoulder days), internationally recognized celebration periods, park special event days, and other peak visitation days, is set at 659 RMB.
“Peak Plus” price of admission, covering selected Chinese statutory holiday periods, park special event days and selected days in summer season, is set at 769 RMB.
A discount of approximately 25% will continue to be provided to children (aged 3 to 11 years old, both inclusive; or with a height above 1.0 meter and up to 1.4 meters), seniors (65 years old and above), and guests with disabilities (certificate/proof of disability is required). Infants (under the age of 3 years old or with a height of 1.0 meter and below) will continue to receive free admission. Shanghai Disneyland will continue to offer the pricing calendar on a rolling 90-day basis.
The pricing rate for an Annual Pass will remain unchanged for a period of time after the new pricing rate takes effect.
The current pricing structure for Shanghai Disneyland is as follows (valid for visitation until January 8, 2022):
*A discount of approximately 25% is provided to children, seniors, and guests with disabilities. Infants receive free admission.
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