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New Ticket Prices at Hong Kong Disneyland - Second Increase since Theme Park's Opening

New Ticket Prices at Hong Kong Disneyland - Second Increase since Theme Park's Opening

Hong Kong Disneyland characters and executives. (A supplemental image from Hong Kong Disneyland)

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Hong Kong Disneyland will adjust the cost of admission on March 27.

The price of a one-day ticket will increase by 13% to HK $450 for adults and HK $320 for children. Two-day tickets are going up the most, by 17%, along with higher prices for one-year passes and other tickets. Only the price of the senior ticket for those 60 and older will remain the same at HK $100.

The price of a one-day adult ticket was lower at HK $350 when Hong Kong Disneyland opened eight years ago, but the theme park raised it in 2009 to a level on par with Tokyo Disneyland.

According to the annual report the theme park's operator released in February, operating profit shot up last year to a record high of HK $190 million (about JPY 1.325 billion). The opening of Asia's first Toy Story Land in 2011 and the first-ever Grizzly Gulch last year were major factors behind the higher profit.

Hong Kongers are sensitive to rising prices, so the theme park will continue to charge the current rate (HK $399 for an adult, HK $288 for a child) to local residents who present Hong Kong ID card when purchasing a ticket.

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