We’ve all been there – all you want to do all day is eat snacks like these iconic Disney churros. And if you’re visiting Tokyo Disney Resort next year, you can make that dream come true with a new vacation package that includes all-you-can-eat churros!
From January 4 to 26, guests visiting Tokyo Disney Resort can book the “[Recommended for Students] Stay and enjoy the “Tokyo Disney Resort 2DAYS” vacation package, which, although discounted compared to other offers, includes unlimited churros during your trip!
Here’s how it works – Vacation packages include one night at a Disney Resort, two days of park tickets (one for each park), and a few other perks like special souvenirs. This particular plan starts at Tokyo DisneySea on day one, then Tokyo Disneyland on day two. Three meal reservations are included, along with one bucket of souvenir popcorn per room and two timed admission tickets to select popular attractions per day.
The reason the plan is so cheap, however, is that it doesn’t include access to shows like “Believe! Sea of Dreams” or the Tokyo Disneyland parades.
And then of course there are the churros and unlimited soft drinks. Each guest will receive a special ticket that entitles them to a free churro wherever churros are sold at the park, and even special flavors are eligible! This means you can eat cinnamon, kinako (a sweet toasted soybean meal), chai, caramel apple or any other churros for sale in the parks as much as you want! Additionally, you can also get unlimited non-alcoholic beverages at all restaurants in the parks.
The plan will go on sale from October 28 at 1:00 p.m. JST, and ranges from ¥39,800 ($267.36) to ¥114,800 ($771.17) per person depending on the hotel and room you choose and the date of your visit, with a minimum of two people required for booking.
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