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Disneyland: SoCal discounts return, just in time for 'Frozen Fun'

It's back! Disneyland discounts tickets for Southern Californians who visit the parks by May 21.

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.

Info: Disneyland SoCal Resident Tickets (ticket website for Spanish speakers), (714) 520-6425

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