You’ll Need a Ticket AND a Reservation to Enjoy the Magic When Disneyland Opens on April 30th
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Grab your tickets AND a reservation as Disneyland is set to reopen!
Disneyland fans, wave your magic wand to score your tickets and park reservation for the big reopening April 30th! While there aren’t any discounts at this moment, we’re still super excited that Disney has just released updated information and detailed schedules of their phased return approach for visitors.
As the number of guests will be limited to comply with physical distancing and safety guidelines, Disneyland has created a system to purchase new theme park tickets along with the new required reservation for your park visit.
If you’re planning your trip to see Mickey and Minnie, you’ll need to be a California resident. You must first purchase a ticket and then make a theme park reservation in advance. You read that right – all guests ages 3 and older MUST obtain a theme park reservation along with their valid ticket to the same park on the same date. The reservations can be made up to 60 days in advance. Also, proof of residency may be required.
With that in mind, mark your calendar for these upcoming dates…
- April 9th: Disneyland calendar with single-day ticket pricing will be released
- April 12th: Disneyland Resort will open theme park reservations no earlier than 8AM PST for California residents who already have theme park tickets
- April 15th: New Disneyland Resort tickets will be available for California residents only no earlier than 8AM PST. Reservations will also be available for Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa
- April 22nd: Dining and Savi’s Workshop reservations will be available
It’s also important to keep in mind Disneyland’s park guidelines as you plan your trip. Here are some updates to general theme park and ticketing information:
- Park Hopping will be back and can begin anytime after 1:00 PM each day
- California residents only (no date or information for out-of-state guests as of yet)
- Theme park reservations must be for no more than 10 people within 3 households
- Tickets must be linked to a guest’s Disneyland account before making reservations
- Theme park reservations can only be made up to 60 days in advance
- For guests planning on staying at a Disneyland Resort property, hotel reservations do not guarantee park access. Guests will need to make theme park reservations on their own.
AND ONE MORE HELPFUL REMINDER: A theme park reservation must be made for each day of entry. If you have a multi-day ticket, you will be required to make a park reservation for each date of your visit.
So, while no new tickets are available YET, that date is quickly approaching! Be prepared by bookmarking discount ticket sites. Hip2Save will keep you updated on any information releases, park details, and ticket and lodging discounts as they magically appear!