New Prices @ Hong Kong Disneyland; Travel Agents Get Extension

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Hong Kong Disneyland Resort will tomorrow (27 March 2013) change its ticket prices.

Under the new pricing, a 1-Day General Admission Ticket (aged 12-64) will be HK$450 and a 1-Day Child Ticket (aged 3-11) will be HK$320; whereas a 2-Day General Admission Ticket and a 2-Day Child Ticket will be HK$585 and HK$415 respectively. All types of admission tickets for senior guests aged 65 or above will remain unchanged.

To give travel agents sufficient time to communicate the new pricing to their clients and make any necessary arrangements, Hong Kong Disneylands travel agent partners will be able enjoy the current prices for General Admission and Child Tickets until 30 June 2013.

A Hong Kong Disneyland spokesperson said, Like any business, we evaluate and adjust our pricing based on a variety of factors. A ticket to Hong Kong Disneyland represents great value, particularly after new investments have been made to expand the park.

The opening of the one-of-its-kind Grizzly Gulch last year and Asias first Toy Story Land in 2011 have proved to be very popular among local and overseas guests. Mystic Point, another first in the world, will open in May 2013.

With the opening of these three new themed areas, the park size will be increased by almost one-fourth and the total number of attractions and entertainment offerings will go up to more than 100.

The spokesperson said, Hong Kong Disneyland is committed to creating magical experiences and extending great value for guests through our evolving product offerings. We will continue to work closely with the travel trade to develop business opportunities and achieve win-win partnership.

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