Disneyland braces for a ‘crowd crush’ as ticket costs drop and annual passholders return

The dwindling days of summer time are anticipated to deliver a brewing “crowd storm” to Disneyland and Disney California Journey as the dual forces of decrease ticket costs and returning Magic Key annual passholders mix to swamp the Anaheim theme parks with guests.

A “crowd crush” is predicted to descend on Disneyland and DCA on weekdays beginning Monday, Aug. 14 after a summer time of comparatively lighter attendance, in response to MiceChat.

Disneyland workers have been warned to brace for site visitors delays on the mornings of Aug. 14-18 and Aug. 20-25 on Ball Highway, Disneyland Drive and Harbor Boulevard.

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If latest historical past is any information, the mixed armies of cut price hunters ready for Disneyland ticket costs to drop and Magic Keyholders shut out of the park for months are about to hitch forces over the subsequent couple weeks on the Busiest Place on Earth.

“Weekends have been a relative breeze crowd-wise this summer time,” in response to MiceChat. “If the massive hole in weekday and weekend costs is any indicator, the development of busy weekdays and pleasing weekends is right here to remain by at the very least the tip of summer time.”

Disneyland and DCA will supply $104 tickets — the bottom price within the tiered pricing system — on 23 weekdays from Aug. 21 by Sept. 28 with larger priced tickets on weekends starting from $159 to $179.

After a summer time of block-out dates, Magic Key annual passholders within the two lowest priced tiers shall be allowed again within the parks — with Enchant Keys returning Aug. 14 and Think about Keys on Aug. 21.

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