Disneyland has revealed the full ticket prices for its reopening later in April, and the prices aren’t too big of a climb from what Disney fans are used to paying.

New Disneyland ticket prices

The Mercury News reports Disneyland prices haven’t risen “for the first time in years.” The prices remain unchanged from where they were at the time of the coronavirus outbreak, which led Disneyland to close its doors.

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Per The Mercury News, here’s a break down of the prices:

  • Tier 5 — $154
  • Tier 4 — $139
  • Tier 3 — $124
  • Tier 2 — $114
  • Tier 1 — $104

The different tiers allow people to book visits on specific days. For example, Tier 5 allows people to book on all days within the first two months of Disneyland’s reopening. Tier 4 and Tier 3 tickets can make reservations on weekdays. But Tier 2 can make reservations on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, according to The Mercury News.

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  • No reservations dates are available for the Tier 1 ticket holders. People who buy the Tier 1 should check back to find openings.

Disneyland ticket dates

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Disney released key dates for the for the Disneyland reopening in an email to the Deseret News. Guests will need a theme park reservation and an admission ticket for the same park on the same date in order to enter Disneyland or Disney California Adventure during the reopening, according to Disney Parks.

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