Disneyland fans, locals-only ticket pricing is back for two- and three-day passes.
If you want a two-day Park Hopper pass to visit either park on both days, it'll cost you $189 (usually $215).
Three-day passes cost $179 to $219, depending on whether you choose one park per day or the Park Hopper option. Each comes with a Magic Morning (entry an hour early) on selected Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Disneyland last year raised its top-tier annual pass with no blackout dates from $779 to $1,049 -- a 35% increase that upset Disney fans.
Southern California visitors who bite on the resident discount tickets will find:
--the so-called Season of the Force that began in November and features "Star Wars"-themed attractions like Space Mountain's redo as Hyperspace Mountain, and "Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple" (and yes, "Star Wars" land is coming);
--60th anniversary Diamond Celebration parades and events; and
--the opening of Luigi's Rollickin' Roadsters at Cars Land at California Adventure.
Tickets for Southern California residents must be purchased between now and May 19; tickets are good through May 26. Blackout dates for Southern California resident tickets are March 20 through April 2.
Make sure you check the ZIP Codes in California and Baja California, Mexico, that apply to this deal. Note too that an ID is required to prove you qualify for the local resident price.
Info: SoCal Resident Flex Ticket, (714) 781-4636