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TDS - Question for New Years, 2017-2018

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  • TDS - Question for New Years, 2017-2018

    After leaving Hong Kong (and HKDL) and Shanghai (and SDL), we spend the last days of our trip in Tokyo, and a return to TDS - probably our favorite park outside DL, our home park.

    We have a couple of questions - if anyone can give us some advice, it would be appreciated.

    First, can you purchase date-specific tickets in advance? Ideally, we'd like to purchase tickets as soon as possible.

    Second, we can go either December 31, January 1 or 2. Does anybody know which of these dates might be less crowded?

    We realize that it will likely be crowded that time of year, and can roll with it. We also tend to be night people, and are more likely to arrive mid-morning and stay until closing. But New Year's Eve? If it's even remotely like the crowds here at DL, it may not be our first choice.

    Does anyone have any advice?

    Thank you!
    Round the World! Anaheim, Orlando, Paris, Tokyo and Hong Kong!

  • #2
    December 31 requires a special ticket that can only be purchased if you enter and win a lottery (usually held in the summer) or stay at a Disney hotel on the 31st.


    • #3
      If you are able to book a vacation package for one of the official hotels for New Years Eve you will be able to enter the park at night (usually between 8pm and 7am). The other method is to enter the lottery (like Grizzly mentioned above) which is usually held in September. But please note that this ticket is only valid at night for the countdown event and if you would like to enter during the day on December 31st or January 1st, a normal ticket is required (which is easier to get your hands on compared to a countdown ticket).