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    Park Tickets

    If we buy a 4 day pass do we have to go on 4 consecutive days or can we do 2 days and then 2 a few days later?

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    Re: Park Tickets

    they are dated, so it is consecutive!


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    Re: Park Tickets

    Also remember, you get 1 day at TDS, 1 day at TDL, then the other 2 days are park hoppers- but, unfortunately they are consecutive.

    The 4 day passes are the best value- Even if you arrive late in the day for your first day- don't bother with the starlight or after 6 passes- it still comes out cheaper using up your first day at a park on a 4 day pass than buying a starlight or after 6 pass- then a 3 day pass.

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    Re: Park Tickets

    Quote Originally Posted by jedimaster7313 View Post
    Also remember, you get 1 day at TDS, 1 day at TDL, then the other 2 days are park hoppers- but, unfortunately they are consecutive.
    Not exactly correct.

    The first two days are set at one park, but you don't have to go to one park on one day, and the other on the next day. You can use each of the first two days to go to TDL, or you can go to TDS each of the first two days if you choose.

    The only requirement is you have to choose which park you will go to on days one and two, and you can't park hop on those first two days.

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    Re: Park Tickets

    Here are some discount you can get on Disneyland Tokyo tickets-
    Senior guests (ages 60 and up) can get a discount. You have to show an ID when purchasing.
    You can purchase Cheap Disneyland Tickets at Tokyo Disney Resort Official Hotels. Staying in one of the official hotels grants you with many complimentary extras for the Disney Resort which save money!
    Staying in the Disneyland Hotels Tokyo also ensures you enter the park even at peak season, when Tokyo Disneyland closes its gates at noon.
    You can purchase Disneyland park tickets at the Disney Stores in Tokyo.
    Buying tickets online
    does not give you any advantages. You can reserve Park tickets online, but if you live outside of Japan you will have to go to the Tokyo Disney Resort Welcome Center to pay and collect your tickets after reserving them online. Aside from buying cheap Disneyland tickets there are other ways to save money in Disneyland…
    Here is a great source on Tokyo Disneyland tickets-
    http://www.tokyo-top-guide.com/Tokyo_Disneyland.html
    Last edited by Alma; 02-24-2011 at 01:19 AM. Reason: too short

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    Re: Park Tickets

    Quote Originally Posted by Alma View Post
    Here are some discount you can get on Disneyland Tokyo tickets-
    ...
    You can purchase Cheap Disneyland Tickets at Tokyo Disney Resort Official Hotels. Staying in one of the official hotels grants you with many complimentary extras for the Disney Resort which save money!

    http://www.tokyo-top-guide.com/Tokyo_Disneyland.html
    First off, welcome to MiceChat, Alma!

    Could you clarify your comments above? I'm not aware of any ongoing discount offer for park tickets that is available for guests of either the Disney or the Official Hotels. How does staying in one of these hotels allow you purchase "Cheap Tickets" - please be specific.

    Also, all of your 6 posts so far include links to a website that promotes the sale of your book about TDL and TDS. Don't think we didn't notice.

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