Tokyo Disney Resort Annual Passport Blockout Dates and Price Changes Announced


Oriental Land Company, who own and run Tokyo Disney Resort, has announced changes to the parks’ Annual Passport.

From March 1, 2018, the cost of Annual Passports will be slightly cheaper, but blockout dates will not allow passholders to visit on high attendance days.

Current pass holders and passes purchased on or before February 28, 2018, will not be affected.

Blockout Dates

Annual Passports purchased from March 1, 2018, onwards cannot be used on the following high attendance dates.

2018 Blockout Dates 
August 12, 13, 14Obon Festival
October 6, 7, 8Health and Sports Public Holiday
November 23, 24Labour Thanksgiving Public Holiday
December 8, 9, 29, 30Christmas season and start of New Year holiday
2019 Blockout Dates
March 28, 29, 30, 31Potential start of new event
August 12, 13, 14Obon Festival

Blockout dates for September – November 2019 will be released in July 2018.

As well as on these dates the new Annual Passports cannot be used when the parks reach capacity and restrict access.

From March 1, 2018, guests will have two months to redeem their Annual Passport vouchers and start their pass. While vouchers purchased on or before February 28, 2018, can still be activated up to six months after purchase.

New Prices

The price of an Annual Passport has decreased to reflect the new limitations.

Ticket TypeNew PriceCurrent Price
2-Park Annual Passport
Adult (aged 18+)¥89,000 ($837 USD)¥93,000 ($874 USD)
Junior (aged 12-17)¥89,000 ($837 USD)¥93,000 ($874 USD)
Child (aged 4-11)¥56,000 ($526 USD)¥60,000 ($564 USD)
Senior (aged 65+)¥75,000 ($705 USD)¥79,000 ($742USD)
1-Park Annual Passport
Adult¥61,000 ($573 USD)¥63,000 ($592 USD)
Junior¥61,000 ($573 USD)¥63,000 ($592 USD)
Child¥39,000 ($367 USD)¥41,000 ($385 USD)
Senior¥51,000 ($479 USD)¥53,000 ($498 USD)

Information from the OLC press release.

Explorer Thoughts

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