Resident tickets for Disneyland are back: $199 gets you in three times
Disneyland on Tuesday launched its annual limited-time ticket discounts for Southern Californians. Each local resident who pays $199 will receive three one-park-per-day tickets to be used on separate visits. The discount pencils out to $67 for each admission, provided you use all three tickets between now and May 21. As a savings comparison, an individual single-day ticket usually costs between $104 and $149, depending on when you visit the Anaheim theme park.
The three-ticket package, good for children or adults, means you can choose to visit Disneyland or California Adventure each time. It also includes one Magic Morning early admission to Disneyland on Tuesdays, Thursdays or Saturdays. Visitors eligible for the local discount may buy up to five ticket packages. SoCal residents also may buy Park Hopper tickets (with a Magic Morning admission) for three separate visits for $254, instead of $355.
Tickets must be purchased now through May 18. The discount is good for residents who live in ZIP Codes 90000-93599 in Southern California, and 21000-22999 in Baja California, Mexico.
Disneyland will be opening its newest attraction, Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, on Jan. 17. It promises to bring visitors into battle with characters in the “Star Wars” empire, such as BB-8, Poe, Finn and Rey. It’s located in the Star Wars land that opened in May. Also, California Adventure rolls out a Lunar New Year celebration Jan. 17 to Feb. 9, featuring the character Mulan and toasts to Mickey and Minnie for the Year of the Rat.
Info: You can buy SoCal residents tickets online or through a travel agent.
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