Hong Kong Disneyland is following the lead of other Disney Parks around the world and utilizing demand pricing. The resort will soon be updating its pricing structure, introducing a Peak Days tier.

What’s Happening:

  • Hong Kong Disneyland will soon have a two-tier pricing structure for its one day tickets.
  • Now, in addition to the standard pricing for Regular Days, select Peak Days will cost more.
  • Currently, Regular 1-Day tickets are $639 HKD ($82 USD) for adults and $475 HKD ($61 USD) for children.
  • 1-Day Tickets for Peak Days will be $699 HKD ($90 USD) for adults and $524 HKD ($67)  for children.
  • This new pricing structure will go into effect on October 19th — however, the first Peak Day isn’t until November  20th.
  • In addition to these ticket changes, Hong Kong Disneyland is also raising prices on its Magic Access Memberships (Annual Passes).
    • Platinum Membership (Adult): Now $3,998 HKD ($514 USD), was $3,599 ($463 USD)
    • Gold Membership (Adult): Now $2,228 HKD ($286 USD), was $,2059 HKD ($265 USD)
    • Silver Membership (Adult): Unchanged at $1,278 HKD ($164 USD)
  • Guests can continue to purchase Magic Access Memberships at the current pricing until November 19th.
  • Additionally, from October 19th until November 19th, guests with memberships expiring on or before April 30th, 2022 can renew early for a 30% discount.
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