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  • On Sep 17, 2020
    Martin from CA Asked

    WHEN the park opens (Disneyland, Anaheim) will there be access for single guests ("Me/Myself/I") to get in (I **KNOW** groups/families will probably get priority)? Also: how far in advance will you have to plan? Finally: HOW MUCH? Thanks...!

    Hey, howdy, hey, Martin! 

    Yeehaw! You're in for a rootin' tootin' time. I have loved the dozens of solo visits to the Disneyland Resort I have been fortunate to make. I appreciate how welcoming and inclusive Disney Parks are for individuals and groups of all types. 

    Details for the anticipated park reservation system at the Disneyland Resort are not yet released. Though we might take a look at the Disney Park Pass system currently in use at the Walt Disney World Resort to see how things may work at the Disneyland Resort. I’ve done some experimenting with the Disney Park Pass system. I have found it as easy to make reservations for just myself as it is for all of my family. We don’t yet know for sure how things will work at the Disneyland Resort. But I am still very confident that solo Guests will be able to make reservations subject to the same availability as for larger groups of Guests. 

    Tony’s Tip: Keep an eye on the Disney Parks Blog or follow the Disney Parks on your favorite social media platforms to find out when the Disneyland Resort theme parks will reopen as well as how and when to make park reservations. After state and local governments provide guidance on reopening, I suspect we’ll hear from the Disneyland Resort quickly.

    One thing to keep in mind while the Disneyland Resort is in the early stages of its phased reopening is that sales of theme park tickets and Annual Passports are temporarily suspended. We don’t yet know when ticket sales will resume. It may be that only Guests with previously-purchased tickets or Annual Passports will be able to visit the theme parks for the first while after the theme parks reopen. The pause on ticket sales at the Walt Disney World Resort was lifted only a few weeks after the theme parks in Florida reopened this past summer. Let's hope that tickets will be available at least as quickly after the reopening of the Disneyland Resort theme parks.

    Because ticket sales are currently on hold at the Disneyland Resort, prices are not currently listed. Before the temporary closure of the theme parks, a regular one-day ticket to visit either Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventure Park started at $104. Prices of one-day tickets varied depending on the day of the visit. Prices are subject to change. Theme park ticket prices will be available on the Disneyland.com web site or in the Disneyland app as soon as ticket sales resume.

    I look forward to the day when you can experience the magic of The Happiest Place on Earth, Martin. If you have any more questions as you plan your visit, please visit us again here at planDisney.

    ~Tony
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Meet the Panelist: Tony, Utah

Coming to you from the Beehive State, I’m a Disney-loving dad and husband, buzzing with excitement to share advice and tips for making your Disneyland Resort vacation as magical as possible! I’m excited to help you discover the storytelling magic of the “Happiest Place on Earth!” Learn More About Tony

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