Disneyland reopened just a month ago, but we are already seeing some changes regarding their tickets and capacity.
When the park reopened back in April, capacity was set at 25% due to the state being in the orange tier. Orange County, California has now qualified to move forward to the yellow tier where capacity can move up to 35% and indoor restaurants can operate at 50% capacity.
Disneyland Resort has not made any announcements about increasing capacity yet but at least now they have the green light to do it if they prefer.
Another change coming to the Disneyland Resort has to do with the reservation system. Guests can now make a park reservation at the time they purchase their tickets!
Follow this steps to purchase a ticket and make a park reservation together:
- Start at disneyland.com/parkreservations and click “select ticket”.
- Select the number of days you wish to visit the parks.
- Choose the number of tickets you need for all guests in your party ages 3 and up.
- Select your ticket type – one park per day or park hopper.
- Pick a date and park for your theme park reservation, subject to availability. In the case you have park hopper tickets, you have to select your starting park for each day of your visit. Then you can begin crossing over between parks after 1pm that day.
- For added convenience, you may now select the add-on option of purchasing parking vouchers, in advance.
- Review your current selections, and purchase!
Follow these steps if you already have a valid ticket:
- Log into your Disney account on disneyland.com or the Disneyland app to link a valid theme park ticket prior to accessing the park reservation system.
- Head to disneyland.com/parkreservations and click “Make Park Reservation”.
- Create your party.
- Select the day and theme park you’d like to visit. Guests with park hopper tickets will select which theme park they wish to start their day, pending availability, and then will be able to begin crossing over between parks after 1pm that day.
- Review and confirm your visit. As a reminder, guests with multi-day tickets will be required to make a separate park reservation for each day they plan to visit the theme parks.
So there you go, now you are ready for your next visit to the Disneyland Resort! Have fun!