If you were hoping to get a deal on Disneyland tickets because you’re a local, you’re in luck, because the parks have begun to sell their two-fer deals again for Southern California residents, starting this morning. The busy holiday season is over and the slower winter months have begun, marked by ride closures and maintenance, so the parks are again looking to attract local visitors.
While the regular price for a one-day ticket on Sunday, Jan. 7 was $124, with the Southern California locals pass, visitors would pay $159 for two days at their choice of Disneyland or Disney California Adventure, by comparison, starting today. Single-day tickets are not discounted, but multi-day passes are an even better value.
Tickets must be purchased between Jan. 8 and May 21, and they expire on May 24, 2018. You cannot use the tickets during the prime spring break period of March 23 to April 8, when they are blacked out. Buy tickets at Disneyland.com/SoCal and at ticket booths. Proof of residency is required.
More discounts on multi-day passes:
• 2-day ticket with choice of one park per day for $159
• 2-day Park Hopper ticket for $204
• 3-day ticket with choice of one park per day for $199
• 3-day Park Hopper ticket for $244
You must prove you live within Southern California ZIP codes 90000-93599, or in Northern Baja within ZIP codes 21000-22999 to use the tickets. Up to five tickets per day can be purchased using the discount.
Special off-season discounts at the three Disneyland Resort hotels are also available from Jan. 7 through April 12. Deals are only available Sundays through Thursdays and must be booked by March 17. You can only reserve two rooms at this price. Learn more at Disneyland.com/ By the way, would-be pass holders, there’s no word on when or if Southern California discounted annual passes will return for sale.
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