Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park have announced the date when the Anaheim theme park will start selling tickets and allow tourists to make mandatory reservations after it has closed for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ticket sales for the theme parks of Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park will resume on April 15th (no earlier than 8 am). For tourists who have purchased tickets, advanced online booking will start on April 12th (before 8 o’clock).
After the year-long coronavirus closure, when these two parks reopen on April 30 and have limited capacity, reservations for Disneyland and DCA will be required. Visitors need to buy theme park tickets before booking. California theme parks will be required to limit tickets to state residents.
From the closing of the park in March 2020, the price of the five-story ticket system will remain unchanged. Tourists who purchase multi-day tickets must make a reservation for the theme park on each day they wish to visit. There will be no discount or priority for the purchase of theme park tickets with the Disneyland Annual Pass.
Visitors with previously purchased tickets will have to book a date that matches their ticket pricing tier. Disney will release a calendar on April 9th, showing the available dates for each pricing tier.
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Hotel reservations for the Disney Grand Californian will resume on April 15. Hotel guests will need to purchase separate tickets and make a reservation to enter the theme park. Hotel accommodation will not guarantee the reservation of the theme park.
Restaurant reservations for Disneyland and DCA restaurants will begin on April 22.
Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park will be open from 9 am to 7 pm on April 30th. Mickey, friends and Pixar Pals parking lots will all be open.