Shanghai Disneyland finally revealed pricing for tickets in advance of their grand opening in June. Tickets go on sale March 28 and pricing is cheaper than any other Disney park around the world including Hong Kong. Remember that peak period pricing you’ve heard being talked about at Walt Disney World? Well it’s happening in Shanghai. Regular pricing for adults is (¥370/$56) and peak periods run (¥499/$75). Children will get a 25% discount and this is where things get interesting.
Children are priced by height, not by age. A practice not commonly seen in Disney parks. Any child 1.4 meters or below is charged the child price. So if your little one hasn’t hit the growth spurt you’ve been hoping for? Kudos to you. Also the two-day park ticket will only knock 5% off the price, not a huge savings.
Could this be the future of Disney pricing in the United States within the near future? I wouldn’t doubt it. More importantly, it’s important to notice that tickets are all date specific and there is no such thing as an open ended ticket with no-expiration date.
Pricing for hotels and The Lion King show has yet to be announced, but will be coming soon. Your thoughts?
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