How much will Disneyland tickets cost in 2021? Mostly the same as they did early last year. 

Disneyland Resort released details Friday about its ticket prices on how ticketing and reservations will work when its parks’ gates open later this month. The California parks have been shuttered for more than a year due to the coronavirus pandemic and California’s stringent reopening rules.

Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park will open to California residents only on April 30. Before they do, tickets will be open for booking mid-month in phases. Because capacity will be limited to 15% due to state guidelines, Disneyland will manage attendance numbers on a new reservation system requiring all visitors to make a reservation for entry ahead of time, the theme park said last month.

“To enter Disneyland park or Disney California Adventure park, both a theme park reservation and valid admission ticket for the same park on the same date are required for guests ages 3 and up,” Disneyland said in a blog post. “Guests must have a valid theme park admission ticket in order to make a reservation. Theme park reservations will be limited and subject to availability.”

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Guests can view a calendar on the Disneyland Parks site showing available reservation dates.

On Monday after 8 a.m. PT, the reservation system will launch for people who had purchased tickets for Disneyland visits prior to the pandemic shutdown.

Then, on Thursday, tickets and reservations will be open to other California residents after 8 a.m. PT.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to booking your visit to Disneyland:

Theme park reservations are subject to availability.

Disneyland ticket price tiers 2021

Disneyland ticket prices didn’t change from a seasonal, tiered pricing scheme announced early last year, with different tiers based on dates for single-day tickets. 

Prices range from $104 to $209 for single-day tickets and from $220 to $415 for multi-day tickets, depending on guest age, number of days of the visit, whether park-hopping is selected and how many days the tickets are for.

Reservations for Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa will also open on Thursday. Hotel reservations are separate from theme park reservations. A reservation at the hotel will not guarantee admission to the park. The hotel is set to reopen on April 29 at limited capacity. 

Bookings for select dining locations will open on April 22. Disney did not specify which dining locations will be taking reservations.

All guests will be required to make a reservation through their Disney account, which includes their home address. When making a reservation, guests will need to say that they are a resident of California. Additionally, Disneyland will only allow three households to be grouped together.

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