Southern Californians heading for Disneyland may be discount tickets for visits through May 21.
The deal comes at a good time too. Wednesday also marked the opening day of the movie-themed "Frozen Fun" at the California Adventure park.
SoCal residents now can buy a two-day ticket (one park per day) for $139 and a two-day Park Hopper ticket (both parks, both days) for $178. By comparison, two-day adult tickets usually cost $178 and $217, respectively, according to the park's website.
Three-day tickets -- one park per day plus a Magic Morning early entry -- cost $178, and $208 to make it a Park Hopper ticket. Ticket prices apply to all ages; blackout dates are March 20-April 4.
The offer is good for California residents in ZIP Codes 90000-93599 and residents of Northern Baja California, Mexico, in ZIP Codes 21000-22999. Visitors may buy up to five tickets per person each day with a valid ID.
Back to "Frozen Fun." At California Adventure, winter lives on and on with sisters Anna and Elsa shifting from Fantasyland to Hollywood Land to welcome visitors at a new spot inside the Disney Animation attraction.
Other highlights include a theater straight out of Arendelle for a sing-along celebration and Olaf's Snow Fest, where kids can can zoom down a snow slide and build a snowman. And every evening there's a dance party for families.