Disneyland jacks up prices to 'better manage demand'

Top News | 19 Oct 2021

Sophie Hui

Disneyland one-day tickets will go up under a new two-tier pricing system that will charge more on peak days.

A one-day ticket calendar showing regular days and peak days, which are weekends and public holidays, will be available on Hong Kong Disneyland's official website - www.hongkongdisneyland.com.

The adult price for peak days will be HK$699, up 9 percent from the regular day price of HK$639. Children's tickets on peak days will cost HK$524, 10 percent more than the regular HK$475.

Adult visitors with disabilities will pay HK$489 on peak days, 9 percent up, while children with disabilities pay HK$366, 10 percent up. They will continue to enjoy a 30 percent discount on all one-day tickets.

One-day tickets prices for seniors aged 65 or above will remain the same at HK$100, on both regular and peak days.

The new system will take effect today, but the first peak day will fall on November 20.

From today to October 19 next year, residents aged between 60 and 64 who are JoyYou card holders for the HK$2 concessionary fare scheme can enjoy the same HK$100 as senior citizens.

Disneyland also raised prices for two-day tickets. Adults will have to pay 5 percent more from HK$825 to HK$865, while child tickets increased 7 percent to HK$649.

"This new pricing structure helps spread visitation throughout the year, better manage demand and enable the delivery of a premium guest experience," a Disneyland statement said yesterday.

"This approach offers even more choices to guests, in addition to other value added ticket products such as the Magic Access program."

New prices will also apply to Magic Access Memberships on November 20, with the annual passes increasing 11 percent to HK$3,998 for Platinum adult members, and the adult Gold membership will cost HK$2,228 compared to the previous HK$2,059. The price for an adult Silver Membership remains unchanged.

The new prices for student/child memberships under Silver, Gold and Platinum tiers are HK$950, HK$1,588 and HK$2,878 respectively.

But those with memberships expiring on or before April 30 next year can get a 30 percent discount by renewing their memberships from today to November 19. They can also enjoy an extra one-month's membership.

A "Double the Fun" promotion is available during the Halloween and Christmas period. Guests can enter the park twice between September 7 this year and January 19 next year. Tickets are HK$699 for adults and HK$520 for children.


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