Disneyland (CA)News

Disneyland Ticket Pricing Revealed

Share This!

Yep, we are anxiously awaiting the ability to return back to the Disneyland Resort on April 30, but for those who need to purchase tickets, those will go on sale on April 15. Guests looking to purchase tickets on that date will need a Disney account. Disneyland Resort will reopen with the same tiered pricing structure that was put in place back in February 2020. Here’s how it all breaks down.

Guests can choose to be able to purchase a 1-Day ticket ranging from Tier 1 to Tier 5. There is also the option to purchase 1-Day Tired admission with the park hopper option. They can also choose to purchase 2-Day to 5-Day tickets for 1 park per day. Or Guests can choose to purchase a park hopper option, as well. Disneyland


As far as the tiers are concerned, certain dates have block outs and certain dates are available for Guests. Here is how the tiers break down so far.

  • 1-Day Tier 5 – All Days Available
  • 1-Day Tier 4


  • 1-Day Tier 3


  • 1-Day Tier 2


  • 1-Day Tier 1 Tickets – Not available
  • 1-Day Peak Tickets – All days available
  • 1-Day Regular Tickets


  • 1-Day Value Tickets


As a reminder, only Guests who live in California may visit the Disneyland Resort currently. For more information about the reopening of Disneyland, including the new Park Pass Reservation System, click here.

You May Also Like...

Rikki Niblett

I am a co-host of the Be Our Guest Podcast and do lots of other fun Disney stuff all around the interwebs! You can follow me on Twitter or Instagram at @RikkiNibs or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/rikkinibs

3 thoughts on “Disneyland Ticket Pricing Revealed

  • Will there be military discounts when open to people who live out of California

  • Do you know what tier the 5 day park hopper would be considered?

    • I believe the tiering only applies to 1-day tickets. Multi-day passes can be used anytime, but expire 14 days after first use.

Comments are closed.