After more than a year of being shuttered due to the pandemic, Disneyland Resort in Anaheim said it will open up ticket sales to the public next week ahead of its planned April 30 reopening.

In addition to purchasing tickets, reservations will be required for entry as Disney limits capacity in line with state guidelines.


Customers with unused Disney tickets purchased before the pandemic can book their reservations starting April 12, and theme park ticket sales will open up to the public on April 15.

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Disney’s two theme parks—Disneyland and California Adventure—are expected to reopen at 25% capacity on April 30.


The resort can increase that capacity to 35% should the region exit the orange tier and enter the yellow tier.


To move into that least restrictive tier, in which coronavirus transmission is considered minimal, the county will need to have fewer than one average daily case per 100,000 residents; a positive test rate below 2%; and a health equity rate below 2.2%.


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