Starting from tomorrow, March 27th, 2013, Hong Kong Disneyland will increase their ticket prices and ticket prices will raise on average 13%.
The Standard 1-Day Adult Admission Ticket will increase from HK$ 399 to HK$ 450. The new Children (aged 3-11) Admission tickets are priced at HK$ 320 (was HK$ 285) while tickets for seniors (aged 65 or above) will remain unchanged at HK$ 100.
The 2-Day Adult Admission Ticket for Hong Kong Disneyland will increase from HK$ 499 to HK 585, the 2-Day Children Admission ticket will increase from HK$ 335 to HK$415 while the senior tickets are unaffected and remain at HK$ 170.
In addition to the recent price increase, Hong Kong Disneyland decided to streamline their Magic Access with a new pricing. The Red Magic Access will no longer be available and renewal. New pricing for purchases on or after March 27, 2013 are for the
– Platinum Magic Access HK$ 2,520 (adults), HK$ 1,790 (students and children), HK$ 820 (seniors)
– Gold Magic Access HK$ 1,890 (adults), HK$ 1,350 (students and children), HK$ 560 (seniors)
– Silver Magic Access HK$ 850 (adults), HK$ 600 (students and children), HK$ 290 (seniors)
The recent price increase for Hong Kong Disneyland comes a little bit surprising, especially after the company announced a record-breaking net profit of HK$ 109 million with a 18% growth in revenues for the fiscal year 2012.