Yesterday, The Happiest Place on Earth raised prices, passing the $200 dollar mark for a single day park hopper ticket. This was the first time in its sixty-five-year history that Disneyland tickets have soared so high. But, if you're a California local, you're in luck. Select residents can still get a massive deal despite recent price increases.

Now through May 18, 2020, those who call southern California home can visit the parks for as little as $67 a day with a three-day park pass!

To get the deal, visitors will need to purchase a three-day one park ticket to either Disneyland or Disney California Adventure Park

You'll need to show proof of eligible California state residency (e.g. valid government-issued ID) within the zip codes of 90000-93599 and 21000-22999 before entering the park.

Ticket purchased now will be valid three days after the deal closes, so guests can use them until May 21. There's even an option to purchase a Disney Max Pass, which allows you to book your ride time and cut out the long lines.

This could be convenient for the new Star Wars Rise of the Resistance attraction.

Here are the ticket options you can choose from:

  • 3-day, 1 park ticket for $199 per person
  • 3-day, 1 park ticket with a Disney Max Pass for $244 per person
  • 3-day Park Hopper ticket for $254 per person
  • 3-day Park Hopper ticket with a Disney Max Pass for $299 per person

It is important to note that FastPass selections are limited in availability and are not guaranteed. Disney Max Pass purchases are non-refundable and can be purchased individually for $20 each.

There are so many exciting changes coming to the park in 2020. Currently, four classic Disneyland rides are getting a significant makeover, including Snow White's Scary Adventures and Indiana Jones Adventures.

Here's to all things new in 2020. The park is going to look so different!

Disneyland and Disney California Adventure

Price: Begins at $67 per person/day for a three-day one park pass. 

Location: Anaheim, CA

Why You Should Go: Select southern California residents can get a massive Disneyland deal on three-day park passes.


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