Ticket prices have been announced for the 2022 D23 Expo.
The Disney fan convention will take place September 9, 10, 11, 2022 in Anaheim, CA. After being postponed in 2021 due to the pandemic, the new dates were announced in September, 2021. The initial announcement included the January 20, 2022 sale date for tickets.
With the sale date drawing near, ticket prices have finally been announced.
For 1-day tickets, D23 General Member pricing is $99 and $79 for adults and children, respectively. A General Member 3-day ticket is $279 for adults and $209 for children (ages 3-12).
D23 Gold Members get a bit of a discount. 1-day Gold Member tickets are $89 for adults and $79 for children. Gold Member 3-day tickets are $229 for adults and $209 for children.
Gold Members also have another ticket option. The Hall D23 Preferred Seating ticket is a 3-day ticket that includes designated seating in front of the main stage. This means you’ll be front and center for all the excitement like new project announcements and special entertainment. This option comes with a hefty price tag of $899 and quantities are limited.
To purchase tickets you must be a D23 member. General membership is free, and gold memberships start at $99/year.
Exclusive Visa Presale
Furthermore, D23 members with a Visa will receive access to a special 24 hour presale beginning September 19 at 10 AM PT. This seems fitting since Visa is the expo’s official sponsor. Though it is unclear at the moment if this pertains to any Visa or Disney Visas, specifically.
D23 Expo tickets have been known to sell out quickly after release, so definitely take advantage of the presale if you can.
For those of us who can’t attend the expo in person, D23 announced that they will be live streaming panels and presentations, too!
Check out the official Disney D23 Twitter for more in depth information on what to expect from the convention.
Excited for #D23Expo this September? Stay tuned to this thread for some breaking news about tickets, Mousequerade, and more! ✨
— Disney D23 (@DisneyD23) January 13, 2022
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