URAYASU, CHIBA—Tokyo Disney Resort® announced that in commemoration of “Tokyo Disney Resort 40th ‘Dream-Go-Round,’” the anniversary celebration which began on April 15, Tokyo Disney Resort 40th Anniversary Priority Pass will become available for select experiences at Tokyo Disneyland® Park and Tokyo DisneySea® Park. This service, available free of charge, will be introduced this summer for a limited period, allowing guests to enjoy certain attractions with a reduced wait time.
The Tokyo Disney Resort 40th Anniversary Priority Pass gives guests the ability to select eligible experiences using the Tokyo Disney Resort App after entering the Park. Guests will be able to enter the venue from a designated entrance at a specified time and enjoy their selected experience with a reduced wait time. This service will provide options for how guests experience the Parks, offering convenience and added flexibility for those who wish to personalize their experience and get the most out of their visit. The launch date for the Tokyo Disney Resort 40th Anniversary Priority Pass is yet to be determined, but is scheduled to become available this summer.
Tokyo Disney Resort 40th Anniversary Priority Pass Experiences
|Tokyo Disneyland||Tokyo DisneySea|
|Star Tours: The Adventures Continue||Aquatopia|
|Space Mountain||Indiana Jones® Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull|
|Buzz Lightyear’s Astro Blasters||20,000 Leagues Under the Sea|
|Big Thunder Mountain||Turtle Talk|
|Pooh’s Hunny Hunt||Nemo & Friends SeaRider|
|Haunted Mansion||The Magic Lamp Theater|
|Monsters, Inc. Ride & Go Seek!||Raging Spirits|
- Additional information about the Tokyo Disney Resort 40th Anniversary Priority Pass will be announced on
the Tokyo Disney Resort Official Website (https://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/en).
- Depending on the Park operating conditions, the Tokyo Disney Resort 40th Anniversary Priority Pass may not
be available on certain dates.
- The special version of Aquatopia will be offered only for a limited period (through September 6).
- Disney FASTPASS®, which is currently unavailable, will terminate its service permanently.