Disney to Raise Theme Park Ticket Prices in June

in Shanghai Disneyland


Credit: Shanghai Disneyland

In a not-so-surprising move, one Disney Resort will be getting even more expensive very soon. Check it out here at Inside the Magic!

Tron Lightcycle Power Run ride vehicles at Shanghai Disney Resort
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The Disney Parks and Resorts have all become synonymous with words like “fun” and “magic,” allowing families to make memories that will last a lifetime.

Unfortunately, trips to Disney have only become more and more expensive, especially in the last few years due to COVID-19. Guests visiting Walt Disney World and Disneyland have faced price increases Resort-wide.

Everything from tickets and food has increased in price, making an already expensive trip even more costly.

The international Resorts are not immune to these changes either, with one Disney Resort set to increase the cost of its tickets very soon.

Duffy and Friends topiaries at Shanghai Disneyland
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The Shanghai Disneyland Resort will soon be implementing its previously announced ticket price increase.

The changes are as follows:

  • “Regular” price of admission to Shanghai Disneyland, covering most of the weekdays and selected weekends, is set at 475 RMB ($67) (up from 435 RMB).
  • “Regular Plus” price of admission will cover selected weekends and selected weekdays, and is set at 599 RMB ($84) (up from 545 RMB)
  • “Peak” price of admission, which covers most of the days in summer season, selected Chinese statutory holiday periods (including their shoulder days), internationally recognized celebration periods, park special event days, and other peak visitation days, is set at 719 RMB ($100) (up from 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 799 RMB ($120) (up from 769 RMB).

This new policy will go into effect starting June 23, 2023, meaning Guests don’t have long until they are paying even more to visit Disney.

Have you ever been to Shanghai Disneyland? What do you think of the current prices at Disney?

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