Disneyland Is Having A Massive Park Sale & Tickets Are Only $67
Everyone knows Mickey's magical home is The Happiest Place on Earth. But there's no denying that park tickets are expensive, especially if you want to bring the whole family. Now, SoCal locals can rejoice. Disneyland discount tickets are here and prices start as low as $67!
How do you get in on the action?
The park is running an amazing deal on three-day passes starting now through May 18. Standard prices for a three-day park ticket without a park hopping pass typically begin at $100 per day for adults.
The discounted ticket deal saves you $33 per day per person for park entry!
It is important to note that there are a few requirements to snag this deal. There are special conditions that apply to SoCal residents and ways for non-residents to get in on the action too.
California residents who live within specific zip codes 90000-93599 can score three-day, one-park tickets for $67 a day.
Northern Baja California residents can also get in on the action if they live within zip codes 21000-22999.
You will need proof of eligible residency to snag them, so make sure to bring your ID with you or confirm online. You can purchase up to five tickets with this sweet deal through May 18.
If you're not a Golden State local, don't sweat it. There's something sweet for you too. Children between the ages of 3 to 9 are eligible for the ticket deal. Parents and other visitors will still have to pay the full price.
After you purchase them, the tickets will expire either thirteen days after your first day of use or on May 21, 2020 (whichever comes first).*
While you can't combine this sweet discount with other park offers, it's a great way to save money on your next spring break or big family summer vacation.
Now, you can finally visit the Star Wars Rise of the Resistance ride you've been counting down the days for. *Only 10 more days!*
With all the new things coming to the park, you'll be sure to have one sweet ride!
* This article has been updated.
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