Tickets to Tokyo Disneyland

Should you be looking to get your hands on some tickets to Tokyo Disneyland, there are several ticket options to consider, the most basic being the 1-Day Passports. These tickets allow holders to visit either Tokyo Disneyland or neighboring Tokyo DisneySea for the duration of one day. For those who wish to take things further, there are also Multi-Day Passport tickets that allow holders to enjoy both theme parks.

The Multi-Day Passport tickets for Tokyo Disney Resort come in the form of 2-Day Passports, 3-Day Magic Passports, and 4-Day Magic Passports. The 2-Day Passports allow holders to visit Tokyo Disneyland on one day and Tokyo DisneySea on another. As for the 3-Day and 4-Day Magic Passport tickets, they allow for access to either Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea on the first two days and access to both parks on the remaining days.

This isn’t where the options end when it comes to tickets to Tokyo Disneyland. There are also special Night Passports that allow for evening access only and Group Passports that allow groups of 25 people or more to enjoy discounted access to either Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo DisneySea. Rounding out the options for Tokyo Disneyland tickets are the Annual Passports. These tickets allow holders to access both theme parks as often as they would like for a year’s time.

It should be noted that kids 3 and younger get in free at Tokyo Disneyland, and guests who are age 60 or older get a discount on their Annual Passports. Also, tickets to Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea can be purchased in advance or on the day of the visit. As for ideas about where to purchase your Tokyo Disneyland tickets while in Japan, there is a Tokyo Disney Resort Ticket Center on the first floor of the Ikspiari shopping and dining complex. You can find this complex next to the JR Maihama station. At Tokyo Disneyland itself, tickets are available at the Main Entrance information and ticket booths. You can also purchase them at the Guest Relations Center or the Group Sales Window. These two outlets are within very close proximity to the main entrance.

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