The Travel Junction has forged a new agreement to offer park tickets at Disneyland Resort in California to the Australian travel trade.
Available now to book via The Travel Junction’s HELiO platform, travel advisors have access to 2- ,3- ,4- and 5- multi-day tickets at Disneyland Resort in California, providing access to both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park.
To help guests map out their special days in the parks, Disneyland Resort in California has recently introduced its Disney Genie service with features including a personalised itinerary creator. The Genie+ service can also be purchased to help reduce wait times and provide Lightning Lane access at select attractions (replacing the previous ‘Fast Pass’ product offering).
This new park ticketing agreement with The Travel Junction will ensure it’s easy for travel advisors to make their clients’ dreams come true at the “Happiest Place on Earth”.
The announcement comes just in time for the US summer booking and travel season and exemplifies The Travel Junction’s commitment to encouraging Australian travel to Disneyland Resort, to support the State of California and the wider US travel industry’s recovery.
James Whiting, General Manager at The Travel Junction said, “We can’t wait to get our customers back to Disneyland Resort – and our future booking demands for California indicate we’re not alone.
“This exciting new agreement with Disneyland Resort – an exclusive for an Australian-owned and operated wholesaler – means our trade partners can easily access multi-day Park tickets most popular with Australian travellers. These include the ‘One Park per Day’, ‘Hopper’ and ‘Disney Genie+’ to open the doors faster to the wonders of Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park.”
This distribution agreement is supported by The Travel Junction’s commitment to never impose deposit, cancellation, or amendment fees. The wholesaler is also able to offer competitive airfares that can be combined with Disneyland Resort in California Park tickets; Disney ‘Good Neighbour Hotels’ and transfers to help agents optimise their share of wallet for their clients’ Disneyland Resort adventures.
To help manage park capacity, Disneyland Resort in California has introduced a parks reservations system. In addition to holding a valid park admission ticket, all guests require a park reservation for each park and for each visit date. Park reservations are limited and not guaranteed.
To learn more about Disneyland Resort in California and to view the Guide to Important Information and Updated Experiences, see: disneytraveltradeinfo.com/dlrws/ and thetraveljunction.com.au/disneyland
To register for access to HELiO, click here.