Shanghai Disney Resort has announced it will launch a new set of ticketing rules for children to ensure they can benefit from preferential pricing.
Children visiting Shanghai Disneyland will be able to enter the park for free or discounted prices based on their age or height, instead of the current standard based solely on height.
Those aged between three and 11-years-old, or those who are above 1m and up to 1.4 metres tall will now receive a 25 per cent discount on the day of their visit.
Free tickets will be provided to children under the age of three that are no more than 1m in height.
In addition, guests aged 11 and under will receive child benefits available at the resort’s two themed hotels, Shanghai Disneyland Hotel and Toy Story Hotel, as well as kids’ meals at the resort’s restaurants.