Ticket Prices Increase at Shanghai Disneyland in 2018


From June 6, 2018, Shanghai Disneyland will introduce “Regular”, “Peak”, and “Peak Holiday” ticket prices depending on which day guests visit the park. This means an increase in prices on tickets across the board. Shanghai Disney Resort says the changes will help reduce crowds and improve the guest experience.

Ticket Breakdown

  • Regular
    • 1-Day Ticket: 399 RMB ($60 USD)
    • 1-Day Ticket (Current): 370 RMB ($56 USD)
    • Applies to weekdays (excluding holidays and “peak holidays”)
  • Peak
    • 1-Day Ticket: 575 RMB ($87 USD)
    • 1-Day Ticket (Current): 499 RMB ($75 USD)
    • Applies to summer holidays, weekends, and most Chinese National Holidays
  • Peak Holiday
    • 1-Day Ticket: 665 RMB ($100 USD)
    • Applies to Chinese New Year and National Day Celebrations

To check to see what group your dates fall under check the official website.

Ticket prices for children (height 1m – 1.4m), seniors (65+ years old) and guests with disabilities will also vary depending on the date and will be about 25% cheaper than the standard adult price. Children under 1m tall will continue to enjoy free entry.

There’s no doubt that Shanghai Disneyland can get extremely busy. Hopefully, these price changes help to even out demand and don’t just capitalize on guests visiting on the most popular days of the year.

Next year, Shanghai Disneyland will complete its first expansion, Disney Toy Story Land. Opening on April 26, 2018, the new area will increase the park’s capacity a bit but will likely increase visitors numbers too. Let’s wait and see how Shanghai fares in 2018.

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Information from the Shanghai Disneyland Resort website.

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