Tokyo Disney Resort Updates Annual Pass Blockout Dates and Prices

The Tokyo Disney Resort is updating its terms of services for Annual Passholders. These new updates change blockout dates for busy days and also the price. While there will be new blockout dates, there will also be lower prices to offset these dates. The new changes will be going into effect in on March 1, 2018.

Tokyo Disney Resort Blockout Dates

2018

  • August 12, 13, 14
  • October 6, 7, 8
  • November 23, 24
  • December 8, 9, 29, 30

2019

  • March 28, 29, 30, 31
  • August 12, 13, 14

Blockout dates for September through November 2019 will be released in July 2018. Future blockout dates will be announced in January, April, July, and October at the beginning of the month for the next three-month period. The blockout dates will be found at Annual Passport sales/issuing locations along with on the Tokyo Disney Resort Official Website.

Along with the announced blockout dates, Annual Passports will be blocked when the parks reach capacity and access is restricted.

Annual Passports will be allowed to be purchased and then redeemed within two months starting on March 1, 2018. Annual Passports purchased on or before February 28, 2018 will still have the six month grace period to be redeemed.

 

New Tokyo Disney Resort Annual Passport Prices

1 Park Annual Passport

  • Adult – ¥61,000 ($573 USD)
  • Junior (12-17) – ¥61,000 ($573 USD)
  • Child (4-11) – ¥39,000 ($367 USD)
  • Senior (65+) – ¥51,000 ($479 USD)

1 Park Annual Passport

  • Adult – ¥89,000 ($837 USD)
  • Junior (12-17) – ¥89,000 ($837 USD)
  • Child (4-11) – ¥56,000 ($526 USD)
  • Senior (65+) – ¥75,000 ($705 USD)

What do you think of the changes to the Tokyo Disney Resort Annual Passport system? Let us know in the comments below!

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