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Tokyo Disney Resort Partially Resuming Ticket Sales


In the midst of a State of Emergency declaration and the announcement that Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea will only allow 5,000 guests in the parks per day during the emergency, the Oriental Land Company suddenly stopped ticket sales this past Saturday. However, they are now ready to partially resume ticket sales starting today, 14th January.

Only One-Day Passports will be sold for the time being, with the resumption of 10:30am and 12:00pm passports remaining “on hold” until further notice. Ticket sales for dates up to the 19th February will be available via the Tokyo Disney Resort Reservations website or the Tokyo Disney Resort App starting on the 14th January at 2:00pm (JST).

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Tickets sale for the 20th February to the 26th February, 2021 will start on the 20th January at 2:00pm (JST). Only 5,000 tickets are available per day, and some days are already sold out, so we strongly advice you to check the official Park Ticket Availability page.

Please be aware that the ticket purchasing system has a tendency to become overwhelmed and crash easily when numerous people try to access it at once, so you may be met with a crash screen. Stay tuned to Orlando Theme Park Zone for further Tokyo Disney Resort updates.


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