Disneyland opens ticket for tourists outside of California From Jun

The Disneyland Resort theme park, in Anaheim, this week resumed the sale of tickets for tourists who do not reside in the state of California, as part of the next stage of its reopening.

After spending more than a year closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Disney park reopened on April 30, but only for people who live in California. Starting next June 15, tourists from other regions of the United States and the world will be able to visit Disneyland.

In the days leading up to this reopening stage, the theme park only admits California residents who are in groups of people from no more than three different homes.

Tourists planning to visit Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventure should make a reservation online, as it is necessary to meet the capacity allowed by state authorities. If the person arrives at the park without a reservation, they will be barred from entering.

The reservation system has also been expanded so that visitors can schedule their visits within the next 120 days.

The next reopening phase coincides with the inauguration of the new Avengers attractions, scheduled for June 4. In addition, Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel will resume activities on June 15 and the Disneyland Hotel on July 2.

How much do Disneyland tickets cost?

Disneyland Resort is priced based on five tiers, depending on the time of year the theme park is visited.

Children from 3 to 9 years

Level 1: 98 dollars (1,960 MXN).
Level 2: 108 dollars (2,160 MXN).
Level 3: 117 dollars (2,340 MXN).
Level 4: 132 dollars (2,640 MXN).
Level 5: 146 dollars (2,916 MXN).

Older than 10 years of age

Level 1: 104 dollars (2,080 MXN).
Level 2: 114 dollars (2,280 MXN).
Level 3: 124 dollars (2,480 MXN).
Level 4: 139 dollars (2,780 MXN).
Level 5: 154 dollars (3.80 MXN).

The cost of the Park Hopper ticket, which allows entry to the Disneyland and Disney California Adventure parks during the same day, has cost 55 dollars.

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