HK Disneyland raises ticket prices slightly, but trade enjoys two-month grace period

Toy Story characters and Disney•Pixar Friends will grace HKDL's streets this summer

Hong Kong Disneyland Resort (HKDL) has announced a slight price adjustment to its admission ticket prices for the travel trade.

Under the new pricing, a one-day ticket for general admission (aged 12–64) will be HK$639 (US$82) and a child ticket (aged 3–11) will be HK$475, whereas a two-day ticket for general admission and child will be HK$825 and HK$609 respectively. For one-day and two-day senior admission tickets, pricing will remain unchanged at HK$100 and HK$170 respectively.

Toy Story characters and Disney•Pixar Friends will grace HKDL’s streets this summer

The resort will be offering a two-month grace period to the travel trade to enjoy the old ticket prices from now till June 24, 2019, where tickets will be valid through the same date.

From June 26 to September 1, 2019, HKDL will be presenting the Toy Story & Pixar Pals Summer Splash, in celebration of the latest Toy Story 4 which will hit big screens soon.

In addition, more new experiences will be unveiled in the resort. For example, young guests can be transformed into a real-life princess at the brand-new Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique in the castle area; and an all-new children’s playroom – called Nemo’s Recreation Reef – will be opening at Disney Explorers Lodge.

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