Disneyland deals start next week for kids, SoCal residents and annual passholders – Orange County Register

Brady Macdonald



If you’ve been holding off on going to Disneyland until the prices go down, then this is the time to pounce as tickets for kids and Southern California residents are at the lowest prices of the year and annual passes go on sale again for the first time in months.

Kids can get into Disneyland and Disney California Adventure for $50 and SoCal locals can get discounted tickets for $75 while the cheapest annual pass costs $26 a month.

That’s a pretty good deal for the Costliest Place on Earth.

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The kids deal offers tickets for as little as $50 per child per day that can be used Monday, Jan. 8 to March 10 in 2024 at Disneyland or Disney California Adventure.

The kids deal is for 1, 2 or 3-day ticket packages — which likely means the 3-day pass will cost around $150.

That’s a significant savings over the current $270 2-day and $340 3-day one park per day tickets for kids offered on the Disneyland website. One-day tickets for kids cost $104 to $179, according to the Disneyland website.

The kids’ deal tickets for children ages 3 to 9 years old have no blockout dates and expire 13 days after the first day of use. That means you will have to use the multiday tickets during a two-week window after your first visit.

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The Southern California residents deal lets locals purchase $225 three-day single-park tickets that allow access to either Disneyland or Disney California Adventure on weekdays or $275 three-day single-park tickets good for weekends.

Parkhopper and Genie+ add-ons bring the price of the weekday package to $385 and the weekend package to $435.

The period during which discount tickets can be used began Tuesday, Jan. 2 and continues through June 2 at Disneyland or Disney California Adventure.

The weekday tickets are good on Mondays through Thursdays while the weekend tickets can be used on Fridays, Saturdays or Sundays

The weekday SoCal resident tickets are a relative bargain for the typically pricey Disneyland tickets, with the single-park discount tickets running $75 per day and the discounted parkhoppers costing about $92 per day.

By comparison, a one-day/one-park ticket costs $104 to $194 while a parkhopper ticket that gets you into both parks on a single day will set you back $169 to $259. The Genie+ line-cutting service typically costs $30 per day.

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After a four-month pause, sales of all four tiers of Magic Key annual passes will restart on Wednesday, Jan. 10.


Brady MacDonald www.ocregister.com Amusement Parks,Disneyland,Things To Do,Disney California Adventure

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2024-01-06 16:00:48 , Anaheim News: The Orange County Register

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