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Ticket Price increase starting from 16Dec2016

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  • Ticket Price increase starting from 16Dec2016

    Starting from December 16, the one-day adult admission fee will be increased to HK$589, up 9.2 per cent, while a child ticket will cost HK$419, up 8.8 per cent.

    But Hong Kong residents will be allowed to buy one-day tickets and annual passes at the previous rates for a three-month period.

    “We’ve continued to add new experiences and new reasons to visit Hong Kong Disneyland, including the exciting new Iron Man Experience that will open to our guests next month,” the park said in a statement.

    Rival Ocean Park in Southern district last week announced a 13.8 per cent rise in admission fees to HK$438 for adults and HK$219 for children from January 1.

    Disneyland’s price rise means the Lantau theme park will be some 40 per cent more expensive than newly opened Shanghai Disneyland – which is three times bigger than the Hong Kong park.

    Prices for two-day access and annual passes will increase 2 to 12 per cent.

    Read on
    http://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/e...-prices-9-cent

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    http://www.thestandard.com.hk/sectio...20161216&sid=4 Stiffer price to enter Magic Kingdom

    Hong Kong Disneyland will raise its one-day adult admission fees by almost 9.3 percent from today after it incurred a HK$148 million loss in operations last year.

    But Hong Kong residents will enjoy a concession as the increase will not come into effect for them until March.

    The price for one-day adult tickets rises from HK$539 to HK$589, while that for children aged three to 11 goes up 8.8 percent from HK$385 to HK$419.

    Two-day tickets go from HK$739 to HK$759 for adults and from HK$525 to HK$539 for children.

    The cost of a Silver Magic Access membership is HK$1,178, a hefty 12 percent jump from HK$1,078, while Platinum Magic Access memberships cost HK$3,348, a 9.3 percent rise from HK$2,988.

    Locals can still pay the old rates for one-day admission tickets and Magic Access Memberships until March 16, as well as get a 15 percent discount for group purchases of three or more Magic Access Memberships.

    Tourism-sector lawmaker Yiu Si- wing described the fee increases as "relatively high."

    He added: "This move will mainly affect the market for locals, which comprises 40 percent of the overall number of visitors."

    He thinks the increases will deter Hongkongers and visitors from Guangdong from visiting the park.

    "Compared with Hong Kong Disneyland, the one in Shanghai has a lower entrance fee but it is larger in scale," Yiu added.


    Everytime they open a new ride they raise the prices.
    Jul 1992: Disneyland Paris
    Apr 2006: Hong Kong Disneyland
    Jul 2010: Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure
    Mar 2011: Hong Kong Disneyland
    Jul 2013: Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea
    Sep 2013: Hong Kong Disneyland
    Jul 2014: Disney California Adventure

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